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2006 

Annual 
Town Report 



FREMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE 




Fremont during the May 2006 Flooding 
Scribner Road at Turner's Dam 




DEDICATION 




The 2006 Annual Town Report is dedicated to several members of our Community, once active 

in town or school government, and community activities, who left us this past year. 

Our hope is that they are on a journey to a better place. 

Raymond L Bernier 

Ray was the Town's Moderator from 1990 until his death in 2006. He was the Town's elected Police 

Chief from 1987 to 1989. Ray presided over our Town Meetings with his dry wit and fatherly 

demeanor. Ray never fell short of having a story to tell! He was always involved in Fremont events. 

Ray was always an avid supporter of Fremont Library activities. 

Marilyn M Gates 

Marilyn was one of Fremont's cheerleaders, finding joy living and raising her family in a small town. 

She was a member of the Fremont Garden Club, an avid recycler and member of the Town's Recycling 

Committee and a Bulky Day volunteer. She also assisted as a member of the Cable Advisory Study 

Committee in 2002 and 2003. Her husband Don, has for several years, been a Fremont Selectman. 

Rose M Boden 

Rose was our Grand Marshall in 2004 with her dear friend Eleanor Gates. She was a member of the 
Historical Society, and a 4H group leader. Rose was a World War II Veteran. 

Floyd M Kelly 
Floyd was our Memorial Day Speaker in 2002 and also served with honor as our Grand Marshal. He 
was a US Navy Veteran, serving in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. His wife Pat works at Ellis School. 

Dorothy Carder 

Dot was a member of the Planning Board from 1986 to 1989 and also served as Secretary. Her 
meticulous and thorough notes are still great references! Her son Steve is a Fremont firefighter and the 

Department Chaplain. 

Fond remembrances of all those community members who are no longer with us. 



I love America because... 
She honors veterans who courageously fought for freedom. When a threat to worldwide democracy 

occurred during the 1950' s, America joined the United Nations in Korea to take a stand. When 

Americans returned, many were reluctant to see the Korean War as something to memorialize, but to 

the people who fought there it could never be forgotten. The passing of more than four decades has 

brought a new perspective and the Nation has set aside a place of remembrance for those who fought. 

The Korean War Veterans Memorial honors those who gave their lives for the cause of freedom. 

"I see a hopeful world, a world dominated by increasing demands for basic freedoms, for fundamental 

rights, for higher standards of human existence." 

~ Jimmy Carter 



APPRECIATION 

Commencing with the 1991 Town Report, the Town has annually 
recognized a Fremont resident who has given much of their time to the Town. 

THE 2006 APPRECIATION RECOGNIZES TWO SUCH RESIDENTS 

JACK & MARILYN BAKER 

The Baker's moved to Fremont in October 1983. 

Jack remembers his wife Marilyn immediately becoming involved in town and community 

events! 

Marilyn was a member of the Fremont Planning Board from 1994 to 2005; and the Budget 

Committee from 1996 to 2005. She was also the Planning Board Representative to the 

Conservation Commission for several years in the early 1990's. MarUyn always volunteered to 

help count baUots at elections, spending many hours involved in election events. She also 
served on the Safety Complex Building Committee while the building plans were in progress. - 

Jack has always been active in the Town's recycling program and Bulky Day efforts. He is a 

Deacon of the People's United Methodist Church, and active with the Raymond Chamber of 

Commerce and owns and operates his own business, H & R Block in Raymond. He served as 

Town Auditor from 1995 to 2000. Jack has served on Fremont's Zoning Board of Adjustment 

since 1994 and remains active with that Board. 

Thank you both for all of your efforts focused on Fremont! 



"Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community ." 
~ Anthony D'Angelo 

'Work hard, keep the ceremonies, live peaceably, and unite your hearts.' 
~ American Indian Proverb 



Notary Public and Justice of the Peace services are available at the Town Offices during most posted 
hours. Call 895 2226 for more information if you should need these services. 



ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, 

TREASURER, SCHOOL BOARD, AND ALL OTHER 

OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

FOR THE 

TOWN OF FREMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 , 2006 



IINDEX OF REPORTS 



Dedication 


Inside front cover 


Appreciation 


1 


Table of Contents 


2-3 


Office Hours and Phone Numbers 


4-5 


Town Officers Boards & Committees 


6-8 


Warrant for the 2007 Annual Town Meeting 


9-30 


Town Budget for 2007 (Form MS-7) 


31 -39 


2007 Town Meeting Warrant Article Narrative 


40-45 


Minutes of Town Meeting 2006 


46-65 


Summary of Inventory Valuation 


66 


Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 


66 


Comparative Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 


67-68 


Balance Sheet 


69-70 


Tax Collector's Report 


71 -73 


Town Clerk's Report (financial information) 


74 


Treasurer's Report 


75-78 


Trustee of Trust Funds Report 


79-80 


General Obligation Long Term Debt Schedule 


81 


Amortization of Governmental Fund Debt 


81 -82 


Auditor's Report for 2005 


83-84 


Detailed Statement of Receipts 


85-86 


Detailed Statement of Payments 


87-92 


2006 Payroll Register 


93-94 


2006 Vendor Payments 


95- 99 


Schedule of Town Property 


100-101 


Report of the Budget Committee 


102 


Report of the Building Inspector 


103-104 


Report of the Conservation Commission 


105 


Report of the Open Space Committee 


106 


Report of the Fire Department 


107-108 


Report of the Forest Fire Warden & State Forest Ranger 


109-110 


Report of the Health Officer 


111 


Report of the Town Historian 


112-115 


Report of the Librarian 


116 


Report of the Library Trustees 


116-117 


Report of the Parks & Recreation Commission 


118-119 



Report of the Planning Board 


120 


Report of the Police Department 


121 -124 


Report of the Road Agent 


125- 126 


Report of the Board of Selectmen 


127- 128 


Report of the Town Administrator 


129-132 


Report of the Town Clerk (Narrative) 


133 


Report of the Zoning Board of Adjustment 


134-135 






Report of the Exeter River Local Advisory Committee 


136 


Report of the Food Pantry 


137 


Fremont Athletic Association Submission 


138 


Social Service Agency Reports & Contact Information 


139-150 


Vital Statistics 


151 -156 


Property Assessment Listing 


157-190 


Current Use Property Listing 


191 -195 



REPORT OF THE FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Officers of the Fremont School District 


196 


Fremont School District 2007 Meeting Warrant 


197-200 


Fremont School District 2007 Election Warrant 


201 


2007 - 2008 Fremont School District Budget (MS-27) 


202- 208 


Fremont School District Meeting Minutes - March 2006 


209-213 


Report of the Fremont School Board 


214-215 


Report of the Ellis Elementary School Principal 


216-217 


Report of the Ellis Middle School Principal 


217-219 


Report of the Superintendent 


220 


Actual Expenditures by Account 2005 - 2006 


221 


Special Education Expense Report 


222 


2006 Fremont School District Payroll 


223 - 224 


2005 - 2006 Vendor Payments 


225-229 


Student Population Statistical Data 


230 


Auditor's Report 


231 


Balance Sheet - Governmental Funds 06/30/06 


232 


Town of Fremont General Information 


Inside Back Cover 



'One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team, but one man cannot make a team. 
~ Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBA Center 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH - OFFICE HOURS AND PHONE NUMBERS 

EMERGENCY DIAL 911 

Town website: www.Freinont.nh.gov 

DISPATCH CENTERS 

RAYMOND DISPATCH (FIRE, RESCUE & AMBULANCE) NON-EMERGENCY 895-4222 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT (POLICE) 679-2225 

TOWN HALL - 295 MAIN STREET 

Telephone (603) 895 2226 Facsimile (603) 895 3149 
Town Clerk (603) 895 8693 Building & Land Use (603) 895 3200 

SAFETY COMPLEX - 425 MAIN STREET 

Police Department Business (603) 895 2229 
Fire Department Business (603) 895 9634 Rescue Squad Business (603) 895 6719 

Facsimile (603) 895 11 16 

PUBLIC LIBRARY - 7 JACKIE BERNIER DRIVE 

Telephone (603) 895 9543 Facsimile (603) 895 0549 

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER Call Rockingham Dispatch at 679 2225 

BUILDING INSPECTOR/CODE ENFORCEMENT Thom Roy 895 3200 x 18 

FremontBI@comcast.net 

Office Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30 to 10:30 am and 3:30 to 4:30 pm 

Wednesday evenings 5:00 to 7:00 pm and other times by appointment 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION Chairman Jack Karcz 895 531 5 

Land Use Office 895 3200 x 17 

ELLIS SCHOOL 895 2511 

432 Main Street 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Joe Gottlich C 978 423 1003 FremontEMD@comcast.net 

FIRE DEPARTMENT Chief Richard Heselton 895 9634 

PO Box 164 Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 am to 12 noon 

Fremont NH 03044 

RESCUE /EMS Department Head Lisa Maffei llmphoto(a)hotmail.com Office 895 6719 

FOOD PANTRY Kathy 895 1 162 Stephanie 895 4454 

HEALTH OFFICER Gertrude Butler 679 8630 

254 North Road Fremont NH 03044 



LIBRARY Telephone 895 9543 

Facsimile 895 0549 
Tuesday and Thursday 1 :00 to 8:00 pm frelib@comcast.net 

Wednesday and Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm 

PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION Chair Renee King 244 1404 

Reneeking@comcast.net 

PLANNING & ZONING BOARDS Meredith Bolduc 895 3200 x 17 

PC Box 120 Monday 9:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00 to 4:00 pm 

Fremont NH 03044 Wednesday 9:00 am to 12 noon; and by appointment 

FremontPZ@comcast.net 

POLICE DEPARTMENT Business Phone 895 2229 

PC Box 164 Facsimile 895 1116 

Fremont NH 03044 neali@fremontnhpd.com marvw@fremontnhpd.com 

Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 12 noon and 1 :00 to 4:00 pm 

POST OFFICE 895 2094 

51 Beede Hill Road , . r - 



ROAD AGENT Guerwood Holmes 300 7429 

SELECTMEN'S OFFICE Telephone 895 2226 

PC Box 120 Facsimile 895 3149 

Fremont NH 03044 

Monday & Friday 9:00 am to 12 noon 

Tuesday & Wednesday 9:00 am to 1 2 noon and 1 :00 to 4:00 pm 

Thursday 1 1 :00 am to 5:00 pm 
Heidi - FremontTA@comcast.net Jeanne - FremontTownHall@comcast.net 

SAD 83 Annmarie Scribner 895 2511x421 

432 Main Street Superintendent Normand Tanguay 895 251 1 x 103 

Fremont NH 03044 

TAX COLLECTOR Office 895 2226 x 14 

O Box 120 i ' Fax 603 895 3149 

Fremont NH 03044 . i ... : i Email: FremontTax@comcast.net 

Thursday evening 6:00 to 8:00 pm 

TOWN CLERK ' Lori Holmes 895 8693 x 1 6 

PC Box 120 Kathy Arsenault, Deputy x 15 

Fremont NH 03044 FremontClerk@comcast.net 

Tuesday & Wednesday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 

Thursday 9:00 am to 7:00 pm Friday 9:00 am to 12 noon 

WELFARE Contact Heidi for an appointment 895 2226 x 1 



TOWN OFFICERS 

BOARDS AND 

COMMISSIONS FOR 

THE YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31, 2006 

ELECTED OFFICIALS 



SELECTMEN 

Donald W Gates Jr 
Peter B Bolduc 
Eugene W Cordes 


2007 
2008 
2009 


TAX COLLECTOR 

Mary A Anderson 


2007 


TOWN CLERK 

Lori A Holmes 


2007 


TREASURER 

Kimberly A Dunbar 


2007 



ROAD AGENT 

Guerwood M Holmes 



2007 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 

Patricia Martel 2007 

Annmarie Scribner 2008 

Kenneth C Jones 2009 



MODERATOR 

Annmarie Scribner 2007 

Raymond Bernier (deceased) 2008 

ASSISTANT TOWN MODERATOR 

Neal R Janvrin 2007 



SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST 

Matthew E Thomas 2008 

Barbara D Baker 2010 

Ann Marie Stackpole 2012 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Audrey Karamourtopoulos 
Michael Miller 
Charles Kimball, Chair 
Kevin R Zukas 
Douglas McElroy 
Michael Nygren 
Margaret Pinkham 
Donald W Gates Jr 
Gene Cordes 



2007 

2007 

2008 

2008 

2009 

2009 

School Bd Rep 

Selectmen's Rep 

Alt Selectmen's Rep 



APPOINTED OFFICIALS 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIR 

Joseph Gottlieb 2007 

CEMETERY SUPERINTENDENT 

Donald R Denney 2007 



HEALTH OFFICER 

Gertrude I Butler 
Thomas A Roy, Deputy 



2007 
2007 



FIRE CHIEF & HEATING INSPECTOR 

Richard C Heselton 2007 



2007 







FOREST FIRE WARDEN 


LIBRARY TRUSTEES 




Richard C Heselton 


Matthew E Thomas 
John Hennelly 
Barbara D Baker 


2007 
2008 
2009 


POLICE CHIEF 

Neal R Janvrin 



PARKS & RECREATION COMM 

Renee King 2007 

Angelo Amengual 2007 

Jon Benson 2008 

Deborah Genthner 2008 

Jeff Rowell 2009 



ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Richard D Butler, Chair 

Brett Hunter 

Doug Andrew - - 

Robert Wines, Alternate 

Scott Boisvert 

Jack C Baker, Vice Chair 

PLANNING BOARD 

Kevin Herrmann resigned 

Mark Pitkin 2008 

Leon F Holmes Jr 2008 

Scott Boisvert, Alt (ZBA Rep) 2008 

2008 
2007 
2009 
2009 
Selectmen's Rep 
Alt Selectmen's Rep 



DEPUTY TREASURER 



2009 


Barbara B Bassett 


2007 


2007 






2007 


BALLOT INSPECTORS 




2007 


Ruth F Anderson 


2008 


2008 


Sandra Roy 


2008 


2008 


Roberta Stevens 


2008 




Susan D'Eon 


Resigned 



John "Jack" Karcz 
Larry Stilwell, Chair 
Daniel Daley, Alt 
Roger Barham, Alt 
Peter B Bolduc 
Gene Cordes 



EXETER RIVER LOCAL ADV COMM 

Peter B Bolduc 02/27/2006 

Tina Sturdivant 05/12/2009 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

John "Jack" Karcz, Chair 2008 

William Knee 2007 

Janice O'Brien, Vice Chair 2009 

Patricia deBeer, Alt 2008 

Tina Sturdivant 2009 

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS 

Robert F Allore, Asst resigned 

Robert Genest resigned 

Donald Gates III resigned 

GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS MAINT 

Richard E Rand 

DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR 

Ruth F Anderson 2007 

DEPUTY TOWN CLERK 

Katherine Arsenault 2007 



REPRESENTATIVE TO SRRDD 53-B 

Robert Larson 2007 

COMMUNITY TECH ASST PROG 

Kevin Herrmann 2007 

Jack Karcz, Alt 2007 

BUILDING INSPECTOR/CEO 

Thomas Roy 

ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR 

Kenneth F Pitkin 2007 

TOWN HISTORIAN 

Matthew Thomas 

WELFARE DIRECTOR 

Heidi Carlson 



LIBRARY STAFF 

Barbara B Bassett 
Lynda Miller 
Maegen Bassett 



Marlene Emery 
Catherine Murdock 



OTHER TOWN OFFICE STAFF 

Ruth Anderson, Selectmen's Office 
Jeanne Nygren, Budget Committee Clerk 

& Selectmen's Office 
Heidi Carlson, Town Administrator 
Meredith Bolduc, Land Use AA , 

FOREST FIRE DEPUTY WARDENS & 
ISSUING AGENTS 

Richard C Heselton Gordon D Copp 

Darrell Turner Richard Butler 

Fred LeClair Charles Kimball 



FOREST FIRE DEPUTY WARDENS & 
ISSUING AGENTS 

Thomas A Roy 

Leon F Holmes Sr Kevin Zukas 

Joseph Nichols Stephen Toohey Sr 

David Barker Brett Hunter 

Heidi Carlson Neal Janvrin 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Neal R Janvrin Chief 

Charles M Rand Lieutenant * 

G Reese Bassett Detective Sergeant 

Robert Allore 

Jason Larochelle * 

Joseph Gordon 

Jason Grant 

Ross A Desmet * 

Daniel Mercurio 

Daniel A Whitman 

Jesse Emery, resigned 

Donald W Gates 111, resigned 

Robert Genest, resigned 

Mary Wheaton-Pinder, AA 

* Denotes Fremont Full-time Officers 

RESCUE SQUAD 

Lisa Maffei, Department Head Chief 

Chris Braid, Captain 

Joe Gottlieb, Captain 

Jeffrey Horton 

Kevin Zukas 

Brett Hunter 

Mathew Dustin 

Nathan Sitterly 

Pam Braid 

Jay Lennon 

David Cruz 

Tim Lindeman 

Laurie Pailes- Lindeman 

Steve Toohey Sr, resigned 

Kyle Murdock , resigned 

Vickie Murdock , resigned 

Doug Murphy, resigned 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Richard C Heselton Chief 

Gordon Copp Assistant Chief 

Darrell Turner Deputy Chief * 

Richard D Butler Deputy Chief * 

Thomas A Roy Assistant Chief 

Charles D Kimball Captain 

Kevin R Zukas Captain * 

Joseph Nichols Captain 

Stephen Toohey Sr Lieutenant 

David Barker Lieutenant 

Brett Hunter Lieutenant 

Leon F Holmes Sr Lieutenant 

Richard P Johnson Deputy Chief, Retired 

Lloyd Metevier Captain, Retired 

Ronald DeClercq 

Leon Holmes Jr 

Charles Rand 

Richard Rand 

Glen Hutchins 

Stephen Carder Department Chaplain 

Stephen Toohey Jr 

Joel Lennon 

Brandon Messina 

Jode Lennon 

John Roderick 

Jeff Horton 

Kevin O'Callaghan 

Alan Comeau 

Aaron Epstein 

David Cruz 

Jay Lennon 

Mark DeVeber 

John Linville 

Mathew Dustin 

Joe Gottlieb 

Elizabeth Stanley, Clerical Assistant 

* Denotes Dive Team Member 



8 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 
2007 TOWN MEETING WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Fremont In the County of 
Rockingham in said State, qualified to vote In Town Affairs: 

FIRST SESSION FOR VOTING: TUESDAY MARCH 13, 2007 TO BE HELD AT THE 
FREMONT SAFETY COMPLEX AT 425 MAIN STREET IN FREMONT NEW 
HAMPSHIRE TIME: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 



ARTICLE 1: To choose by ballot all necessary Town Officers for the ensuing year. 

ARTICLE 2: Are you in favor of adopting the Fremont New Hampshire Zoning 
District Map and Zoning District Ordinance inclusive of an Open Space Preservation 
Ordinance as follows: 

11.1 ESTABLISHMENT OF DISTRICTS 

The Town of Fremont is hereby divicied into the following Zoning Districts: Flexible- 
Use Residential, Commercial Highway, Corporate/Commercial and existing Districts 
which include the Fremont Village District, Wetlands and Watershed Protection 
District and the Aquifer Protection District. 

11.2 LOCATION 

The Flexible-Use Residential, Commercial Highway, Corporate/ Commercial and the 
Fremont Village District are shown c^n the Fremont New Hampshire Zoning District 
Map dated December 13, 2006 kept by the Town Clerk as the official Zoning Map. The 
areas of the districts include tax map parcels as depicted on the Zoning Map. The 
Wetlands and Watershed Protection District and the Aquifer Protection District are 
overlay zoning districts. The lands included thereon are as defined in Article IX, 
Wetland and Watershed Protection District and in Article XI, the Aquifer Protection 
District. , 

11.3 INTERPRETATION OF DISTRICT BOUNDS 

The location of district boundary lines shown upon the Zoning Map shall be 
determined as follows 

II. 3.1 Where a boundary is shown as following a street or utility, the boundarv shall 
be the center line thereof unless otherwise indicated. 



11.3.2 Where a boundary is shown as following a watercourse, the boundary shall 
coincide with the center line thereof as said center line existed at the date of the 
Zoning Map. 

11. 3.3 Where a boundary apparently follows a property line, it shall be interpreted as 
such. Such property line shall be interpreted as one existing at the time of 
enactment of this Ordinance. If any boundary as surveyed shall be different 
than as shown on the Zoning map, such surveyed boundary shall control. 

II.4 FLEXIBLE USE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT 

II.4.1 Purpose: 

The intent of the Flexible-Use Residential district is to provide for residential 
development on individual lots, or agricultural use, which can be 
accommodated on the land without major alterations of the natural terrain, 
vegetation, watercourses or surface, and commercial development along 
connector (non-subdi\'ision) streets. 

11.4.1.1 By Conditional Use Permit, the Planning Board may allow commercial 
operations on specific roads identified on the Fremont, NFl, Zoning 
District Map, based on the conditions laid out in Section 11.8 of the 
Fremont Zoning Ordinance. The total maximum square footage of all 
commercial structures on a single parcel, in the Flexible Use Residential 
District, is ten thousand (10,000) Square Feet. 

11.4.1.2 Within the Flexible Use Residential District the Planning Board may grant 

a Conditional Use Permit for an Open Space Preservation Development, 
anywhere in the disti-ict, as per Article 11.10 of this Ordinance. 

IL5 COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY DISTRICT 

II.5.1 Purpose: 

The intent of the Commercial Highway district is to permit general commercial 
uses in areas on streets with high traffic volumes and to buffer abutting 
residential neighborhoods from disturbance and disruption. The maximum 
square footage of an individual commercial use in the Commercial Highway is 
twenty five (25,000) Square Feet. 

11.5.1.1 Certain commercial operations may only be allowed by a Conditional Use 
Permit issued from the Planning Board. See the Table of Uses for a list of 



'o 



the uses that require a Conditional Use Permit. 



10 



11.6 CORPORATE COMMERCIAL 

II. 6.1 Purpose: 

The intent of the Corporate / Commercial district is to provide areas for 
corporate business parks, research and development, light-manufacturing, 
processing, assembly, wholesaling, and transportation-oriented activities and 
related services such as trucking and warehousing providing that such uses are 
determined not to be injurious or hazardous to the public health, safety, and/ or 
welfare. Furthermore, the intent of the district is to reserve suitable land for the 
location of new industry and to enhance economic development and 
emplovment. 

II.6.1T Certain commercial anci industrial operations may only be allowed by a 
Conditional Use Permit issued from the Planning Board. See the Table of Uses 
for a list of the uses that require a Conciitional Use Permit. 

11.7 TABLE OF USES 

Districts: C/C = Corporate Commercial District. C H = Commercial Highway District. 
FUR = Flexible Use Residential District. 

P - Permitted, X = Prohibiteci, CU = Must obtain a Conditional Use Permit from the 



Planning Board 










Use Category 


Use 


C/C 


CH 


FUR 


Assembly Uses 


Motion Picture Theaters 


P 


P 


X 




Symphony and Concert Halls 


P 


P 


X 




Television and Radio Studios with an 
Audience 


P 


P 


X 




Theaters 


P 


P 


X 




Banquet halls 


P 


P 


X 




Nightclubs 


P 


P 


X 




Restaurants 


P 


P 


CU 




Taverns and Bars 


P 


P 


X 




Amusement Arcades 


P 


P 


CU 




Art Galleries 


P 


P 


CU 




Bowling Alleys 


P 


P 


CU 




Churches 


P 


P 


CU 




Community Halls 


P 


P 


CU 




Courtrooms 


P 


P 


CU 




Dance Halls (no food/drink) 


P 


P 


CU 




Exhibition Halls 


P 


P 


CU 




Funeral Parlors 


P 


P 


CU 




Gymnasiums (w/o seating) 


P 


P 


CU 




Indoor Swimming Pools 


P 


P 


CU 




Indoor Tennis Courts 


P 


P 


CU 




Lecture Halls 


P 


P 


CU 



11 



Use Category 


Use 


C/C 


CH 


FUR 




Libraries 


P 


P 


CU 




Museums 


P 


P 


cu 




Pool and Billiard Parlors 


P 


P 


cu 




Arenas 


P 


P 


X 




Skating Rinks 


P 


P 


X 




Swimming Pools 


P 


P 


X 




Tennis Courts 


P 


P 


X 




Amusement Park Structures 


P 


P 


X 




Bleachers or Grandstands 


P 


P 


X 




Stadiums 


P 


P 


X 




'^^! 


X 


X 


X 


Business Group 


Airport Traffic Control Towers 




Animals Hospitals, Kennels and Pounds 


p 


p 


cu 




Banks 


p 


p 


cu 




Barber and Beauty Shops 


p 


p 


cu 




Car Wash 


p 


p 


X 




Civic Administration 


p 


p 


cu 




Clinic, Outpatient 


p 


p 


cu 




Dry Cleaning and Laundries 


p 


p 


X 




Educational Occupancies Above 12th 
Grade 


p 


p 


cu 




Electronic Data Processing 


p 


p 


cu 




Laboratories 


p 


p 


X 




Motor Vehicle Showrooms 


p 


p 


X 




Post Offices 


p 


p 


cu 




Print Shops 


p 


p 


cu 




Professional Services 


p 


p 


cu 




Radio and Television Stations 


p 


p 


X 




Telephone Exchanges 


p 


p 


cu 


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Factory Industrial 


Moderate-Hazards 


p 


X 


X 




Beverages, up to 12% alcohol content 


p 


p 


X 




Brick and Masonry 


p 


p 


X 




Ceramic Products 


p 


p 


X 




Foundries 


p 


p 


X 




Glass Products 


p 


p 


X 




Gypsum 


p 


p 


X 




Ice 


p 


p 


X 




Metal Products (fabrication and Assembly) 


p 


p 


X 


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Institutional 


Residential Board and Care Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Assisted Living Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 



12 



Use Category 


Use 


C/C 


CH 


FUR 




Halfway Houses 


cu 


cu 


X 




Group Homes 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Congregate Care Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Social Rehabilitation Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Alcohol and Drug Centers 


CU 


cu 


X 




Convalescent Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Hospitals 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Nursing Homes 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Mental Hospitals 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Detoxification Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Adult Day Care Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Child Day Care Facilities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Mercantile 


Department Stores 


p 


p 


cu 




Drug Stores 


p 


p 


cu 




Markets 


p 


p 


cu 




Motor Fuel-dispensing Facilities 


X 


X 


X 




Retail or Wholesale Stores 


p 


p 


cu 




Sales Rooms 


p 


p 


cu 




Residential 


Boarding Houses 


X 


p 


cu 




Hotels 


p 


X 


X 




Motels 


p 


X 


X 




Apartment Houses 


cu 


cu 


p 




Convents 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Dormitories 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Fraternities and Sororities 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Monasteries 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Vacation Timeshare Properties 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Single Family Residential 


X 


X 


p 




Duplex Housing 


X 


X 


p 




Multi-family Housing 


X 


X 


p 




Residential/Assisted Living (more than 5 
but not more than 16) 


X 


p 


cu 


gJ...... . 




' 


Outdoor/ Recreational 
Uses 


Athletic fields 


p 


p 


cu 




Airfields 


cu 


cu 


cu 




Heliports 


p 


cu 


cu 




Campground 


X 


X 


cu 




Shooting Range 


X 


X 


X 




Golf Course 


cu 


p 


cu 




Accessory Uses 


Agricultural Buildings 


p 


p 


p 



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Use Category 


Use 


C/C 


CH 


FUR 




Aircraft Hangers (accessory to a 
residence) 


P 


P 


X 




Barns 


P 


P 


P 




Fences (over 6-feet) 


P 


P 


P 




Grain Silos (accessory to a residence) 


P 


P 


P 




Greenhouses 


P 


P 


P 




Livestock Shelters 


P 


P 


P 




Stables 


P 


P 


cu 



Moderate and High Hazard storage is based on the definition of said uses in the 
International Building Code as adopted by the State of New Hampshire, as amended. 

11. 7.1 The uses in the table above are based on a list of uses provided in the 
International Building Code (IBC). The IBC has been adopted by the State of 
New Hampshire as the statewide building code. 

II.8 CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 

Pursuant to RSA 674:21, the planning board is hereby authorized to grant a Conditional 
Use Permit to allow for a conditional use in accordance v>/ith the restrictions and 
requirements of this section. A Conditional Use Permit may not establish a use 
specifically prohibited by this Ordinance. 

II. 8.1. Purpose. This section is to provide a conditional method to permit commercial 
uses that are consistent with the intent of the underlving zoning district, as 
indicated bv the Table of Uses in Section II. 7 of this Ordinance. A conditional 
use permit application shall be administered by the Planning Board to insure 
that conditional use opportunities do not adversely impact neighboring 
properties, and are consistent with the health, safety and welfare of the public. 

11.8.2 Conditional Use Permits. All commercial development in the Flexible Use 

Residential District, and uses within other districts that require a Condition 
Use Permit, shall obtain a conditional use permit from the Planning Board. The 
conditional use permit shall clearly set forth all conditions of approval and 
shall clearly list all plans, drawings and other submittals that are part of the 
approved use. Evervthing shown or otherwise indicated on a plan or submittal 
that is listed on the conditional use permit shall be considered to be a condition 
of approval. Consti'uction shall not deviate from the stated conditions without 
approval of the modification by the Planning Board. 

11. 8. 3 Application Procedure. Applications for conditional use permits shall be made 

in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Site Plan Review Regulations 
of the Planning Board. Applications shall comply with all requirements of the 
Site Plan Review Regulations and Subdivision Regulations, as applicable. 



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11. 8. 4 Approval of Applications. A conditional use permit shall be issued only if an 

applicant complies with all of the requirements of this ordinance. The Planning 
Board may condition its approval of the developments on reasonable 
conditions necessary to accomplish the objectives of this section or of the 
Fremont Master Plan, Zoning Ordinance, or any other federal, state, town 
resolution, regulation, or law, including a reduction in allowed density, or 
reasonable increase in required frontage, setbacks, or any other requirement if 
necessary to accomplish said objectives. 

11. 8. 5 General. The conditional use development provisions of this ordinance provide 

applicants with an alternative development approach intended to promote 
flexibility and innovation in land planning. These regulations that have been 
established are intended to be a minimum consideration of allowable impacts. 
Each tract of land possesses different, unique development characteristics and 
limitations, and the use allowed on any particular tract will be a function of 
innovative land planning and building design interacting with the special 
characteristics and limitations of the site. 

11. 8. 6 Standards for approval - All standards below must be met or impacts mitigated 

to the satisfaction of the Planning Board prior to the granting of a Conditional 
Use Perinit. 

A. The permit is in the public interest. 

B. There will be no greater diminution of neighboring property values than 
would be created under any permitted use in the Flexible Use 

, Residential District. 

C. That there are no existing violations of the Fremont zoning ordinance on 
the subject property. 

D. That the character of the area shall not be adversely affected in the 
context of: 

i. Architecture 

ii. Transportation 

ill. Scale of coverage 

iv. Scale of building size 

v. Consistency of uses 

E. That granting the permit will not result in undue municipal expense 

F. That the proposed use will be developed in a manner compatible with 
the spirit and intent of the ordinance. 

G. That the capacity of existing or planned community facilities and services 
(including streets and highways) will not be adversely impacted. 



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H. That the general welfare of the Town will be protected. 

I. That the following impacts have been mitigated to the extent practical: 

i. Noise 

ii. Light 

iii. Transportation 

iv. Visual effects 

V. Odor 

J. Landscaped or other appropriate buffers of sufficient opacity and 
materials shall be required if deemed reasonably necessary for the 
welfare of neighboring properties or the Town. 

11.8.7 Any Conditional Use Permit shall expire if: (1) substantial construction shall not 
have begun within one year of the date of issuance of such permit; or, (2) if the 
use is discontinued for any reason for more than two (2) years. In such cases, a 
new application for a Conditional Use Permit must be completed and 
approved 

II. 8.8 A. The provisions of Article II, Sections 5, 6, 7 & 8 and Article II, Section 4 

shall not apply to any lawfully existing use within the Corporation/ Commercial 
District or the Flexible Use District. The term "lawfully existing" shall mean any 
lawful pre-existing non-conforming use which predated the adoption of the Site 
Plan regulations or which has received Town of Fremont Planning Board Site 
Plan Review approval under the Site Plan Regulations. 

B. All other existing non-conforming uses not lawfully existing as defined in 
Paragraph A above, shall be required to make application for relief, permit 
or approval as shall be required, within one (1) year from the date of the 
adoption of this Ordinance. 

II. 9 Home Occupations 

11. 9.1 Purpose: 

The standards of this Section dealing with home occupations are designed to protect 
and maintain the residential character of Fremont while permitting certain limited 
commercial activities which are traditionally carried out in a home. Home occupations 
that meet all the requirements of this ordinance are exempt from site plan review. 

11.9.2 Definition: 

Home occupation is defined as any business, occupation or activity conducteci for gain 
within a residential building, or an accessory building thereto, which is incidental or 
secondary to the use of such building for dwelling purposes and which does not 



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change the essential residential character of the building. This regulation applies to all 
zoning districts. 



II.9.3 Standards: 



a. The home occupation shall be conducted solely by the member(s) of 
the immediate family that reside(s) in the dwelling unit except that 
one (1) additional non-resident may also be employed. 

b. No display, other than a name plate not more than one (1) square foot in 
area, that will indicate from the exterior that the building is being utilized 

1 in part for any purpose other than that of a dwelling shall be allowed. 

c. No equipment or process shall be used in a home occupation which 
creates noise, vibration, glare, fumes, odors or electrical interference 
detectible to normal senses off the lot if the occupation is conducted in a 
single family or accessory building; or outside the dwelling unit or 
accessory building if the occupation is conducted on a lot containing a 
duplex or multi family unit. 

d. All home occupations shall be conducted entirely within an enclosed 
building. No materials or equipment associated with the home occupation 
shall be stored outside the building. 

e. The following businesses, occupations or activities are specifically 
prohibited: 

1) Motor vehicle and accessory sales or rental, repair and/or painting, 

including trailer rental or sales. 

2) Medical or dental clinic. 

3) Restaurant. 

4) Kennel and veterinary clinic. 

5) Funeral home. 

6) Nursery school, but not family day care, with six or fewer children. 

7) Repair shops or service establishments, except the repairs of 
electrical appliances, typewriters, cameras, or other similar small 
items. 

8) Beauty shops and barber shops, except when customer visits are by 
appointment only and are limited to no more than two customers 
in any one hour period. Beauty shops and barber shops allowed 
under these provisions shall be registered with the appropriate 
licensing and inspection authorities. 

f. The home occupation shall not require the regular need for delivery of 
materials to and from the premises by commercial vehicles over twelve 
thousand (12,000) lbs GVWR. The intent is to permit delivery vehicles 
such as United Parcel Service vehicles but to exclude tractor-trailers and 
other large, heavy commercial vehicles. 



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g. The home occupation should not require the need for the on-site, over- 
night parking of commercial vehicles. If on site parking of commercial 
vehicles, with three (3) axles or more, is necessary it shall be garaged or 
screened. 

11.10 Open Space Preservation Ordinance 

11.10.1 General Description. 

a. General Concept: An Open Space Preservation Development (hereinafter 

OSPD) shall mean a residential development in which the buildings and 
accessory uses are located more closely together with reduced lot sizes, 
into one or more groups. All land not included in the building lots or 
street rights-of-way shall be dedicated as permanently-preserved open 
space. The overall housing density shall not exceed that which could be 
built under a conventional development plan, unless otherwise permitted 
as provided below. All OSPD's shall be serviced by water and sewage 
disposal systems in compliance local and State regulations. 

11. 10. 2 Purposes. The purposes of OSPD are to: 

a. Maintain and preserve rural character of the Town of Fremont by 
allowing an alternative residential development option which preserves 
areas of open space, provides for visual buffers from existing roads and 
residential development, and permits agricultural or conservation 
opportunities on parcels of open space. 

b. Preserve large, contiguous parcels of open space throughout the town and 
as described in the Fremont Master Plan. Preserve this undeveloped land 
in its existing natural state in order to protect valuable land and water 
resources for conservation, forestry, agriculture, aquifer recharge, 
watershed protection, wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation, scenic and 
historic values, beyond the extent provided by existing regulations. 

c. Provide for a diversity of housing types, opportunities, and styles which 
add recreational and aesthetic amenities to new neighborhoods. 

d. Enable economical and efficient street, utility, and public facility 
installation, construction and maintenance, and more efficient provision 
of municipal services. 

e. Provide for connected corridors of open land throughout town for 
preservation of habitat, environmental resources, anci public enjoyment, 
where feasible. 

f. Protect scenic vistas and undeveloped expanses along the Town's 
roadways, including open space vistas from within the proposed 
development. 



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11. 10.3 Permitted Uses: 

a. Single-family detached dwellings on parcels greater than six (6) acres. 

b. On parcels greater than twelve (12) acres, duplex units or multi- family 
attached dwellings not exceeding four (4) dwellings per building shall be 
permitted. At least seventy (70%) percent of the proposed units within a 
development must consist of single family detached dwellings. 
Additionally, units shall be interspersed in such a way to prevent a 
concentration of any one housing type in any portion of the OSPD. 

c. Accessory uses, including residential additions, garages, sheds, fences, 
and pools. 

d. Open space uses are limited to non-commercial parks, conservation and 
recreation areas, and agriculture and forestry. 

e. For a list of prohibited uses within OSPD, see Table of Uses in this 
Ordinance. 

11.10.4 Authority. 

Pursuant to NHRSA §674:21, the Planning Board (Board) is hereby given the authority 
to grant a Conditional Use Permit in accordance with the criteria of this section. The 
Board shall be authorized to deny an application that does not meet the express 
purposes and intent of this Section. Approvals may be granted with or without 
conditions 

11. 10. 5 Conditional Use Permit. 

Findings: The Planning Board may approve a Conditional Use Permit for an OSPD 
upon finding that it complies with the purposes anci standards of this Section and is 
superior in design to a conventional subdivision with regard to protection of natural 
features and scenic resources of the site. The Board may attach reasonable conditions to 
the approval in order to secure the intents and purposes of this Section. 
Standards for approval: The Board shall consider the following criteria in making its 
decision. All standards below must be met or impacts mitigated to the satisfaction of 
the Board prior to the granting of a Conditional Use Permit. 

a. The permit is in compliance with this ordinance and is in the public 
. . interest and will protect the general welfare of existing and future 

citizens. 

b. The character of the area shall not be adversely affected. This 
determination, to be made by the Planning Board, shall be made by 
considering the following aspects of the surrounding area. 



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1) Consistency of architecture, except for single-family detached 
development, determined through analysis of the following: 
Roof pitches; 

Siding types; 

Architectural styles of residential structures; 

Proportional aspects of facades, building locations on lots; 

2) Transportation, determined through analysis of the following: 
Access for safety vehicles onto the site, within the site, and to 
individual houses; 

Capacity of nearby and affected intersections, and transportation 

corridors; 

Cost for municipality to maintain roadways; 

Layout, width, and construction of roadways on the site; 

Proposeci streets have been aligned to provide vehicular access to 

each house in a reasonable and economical manner. Lots and 

streets have been laid out to avoid or minimize adverse impacts on 

open space areas and to provide views of, and access to the open 

space from the lots. 

(3) Protection of natural resources, determined through analysis of the 
following: 

Environmentally sensitive areas, including but not limited to, 
wetlands, floodplains, shoreland buffers, wildlife corridors, and 
significant groundwater resources; 

Maintenance of viewsheds and other visually appealing aspects of 
the site; 

(4) Protection of cultural resources, determined through analysis of the 
following: 

Existing or potential trailways for pedestrian travel; 
Historic buildings or significant historical landscapes; 
Existing or potential agricultural uses of the site. 

c. Granting the permit will not result in municipal expenses which would 
exceed that of a conventional subdivision. 

d. The proposed development will be constructed in a manner compatible 
with the spirit anci intent of the Fremont Master Plan and Zoning 
Ordinance. 

e. The capacity of existing or planned community facilities and services 
(including streets and highways) will not be adversely impacted. 
Mirigation of these impacts by the developer can be considered in 
granting a conditional use permit. 



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f . That the Open Space preserved as part of the development complies with 

purpose and intent of this Section and the specific requirements of Section 
9. 

11.10.6 General Provisions. 

The Open Space Preservation development provisions of this ordinance provides 
applicants with an alternative development approach intended to promote flexibility 
and innovation in land planning. Within this context, the ordinances that are 
established are intended to be a minimum consideration of allowable impacts. 

11. 10. 7 Review and Approval Process. 

a. Evaluation and approval of an OSPD shall be by the Board in accordance 
with the purposes, standards and guidelines set forth in this Section and 
the Fremont Subdivision Regulations. 

b. Pre- Application Meetings: Prior to the submission of any final plans, 
applicants are required to prepare conceptual plans under both 
conventional and OSPD regulations, review these plans with the Board at 
a regularly-scheduled meeting. The conceptual design process for an 
OSPD should start with a delineation of the most valuable natural 
resources and open space attributes of the site. Potential house locations, 
lot lines, road alignments and drainage facilities should then be 
configured so as to accomplish the protection and preservation of these 
resources and attributes. For full details on pre-application meeting can 
be found in the Fremont Subdivision Regulations. 

11.10.8 Density Standards. 

a. Maximum Permitted Lots: The number of lots or homes must be equal to 
or less than the number allowed for a conventional subdivision, unless 
otherwise provided below. No increased density will be allowed unless 
in accordance with this Section. A Yield Plan shall be prepared in 
accordance with the conventional subdivision Regulations to determine 
the total number of lots or homes allowed. The Yield Plan must contain 
adequate information for the Board to accurately determine the number of 
homes that could be constructed using conventional subdivision 
standards. Any land area used in the calculation of allowed homes or lots 
in an approved OSPD shall not thereafter be eligible as contributing land 
area in any subsequent development proposal. 

b. Unbuildable Lots: For the purposes of determining the number of lots 
allowable under this Section, there shall be excluded from the number of 
lots shown on such conventional subdivision layout all lots which the 
Board finds are not reasonably buildable, whether by reason of excessive 
development or site preparation costs due to remote proposed location. 



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poorly-drained soils or steep slopes; sanitary disposal, drainage or water 
supply requirements; limited or unusually-configured buildable area, the 
permitting requirements of the State or a combination of the above. In 
consideration of the foregoing, the Boarci may consider recommendations 
of the Town Engineer, Conservation Commission, or any appropriate 
state agencies. 

c. Density Bonus - The Board may award the development a ciensity bonus 

not to exceed fifteen (15) percent of the number of lots achievable under a 
conventional yield plan to developments on parcels of twenty (20) acres 
or more. 

Open Space Bonus. If the proposed development meets or exceeds any of the 
following criteria, a ciensity bonus shall be awarded in the amount of five (5) 
percent, unless otherwise noted. The maximum bonus awarded any application 
under this Ordinance shall by fifteen (15) percent. 

1) Public Access Bonus - Where the public is granted access to the 
open space, the development may be awarded a density bonus of 
five (5) percent. The nature of public access required to satisfy this 
bonus is pedesti'ian traffic. The inst'ument granting access, 
acceptable to the Planning Board, may reasonably restrict the use 
of motorized vehicles. 

2) Existing roadway buffer. Where the development has more than 
two hundreci and fifty (250) feet of frontage on existing public 
roadways, and a two hundred and fifty (250) foot undisturbed 
buffer is provideci, this bonus may be applied. 

3) Open fields. If the development protects existing open fields that 
are visible from public roadways and greater than five (5) acres in 
size, a bonus of five (5) percent shall be granted. The development 
must provide for the protection of these resources in perpetuity. 

II. 10. 9 Open Space Standards. 

a. General: All land not utilized for road rights-of-way or building lots shall 
be dedicated as permanently-preserved open space. 

b. Minimum Required Open Space: At least fifty (50) percent of the uplanci 
portion of the site must be reserved in perpetuity as common open space. 

At least fifty (50) percent of the open space must consist of soils with 
slopes less than fifteen (15) percent. Open space dedicated in excess of the 
minimum required area may contain any percentage of wetland soils or 
steep slopes. 

c. Purposes: Open space shall be used solely for non-commercial recreation, 
conservation, agriculture or forestry purposes by residents and/ or the 



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public. Where appropriate, multiple use of open space is encouraged. At 
least half of the required open space may be required by the Planning 
Board to be left in a natural state. The proposed use of the open space 
shall be specified in the application. If several uses are proposed, the 
plans shall specify what uses will occur, and where they shall be located 
on site. The Planning Board shall have the authority to approve or 
disapprove particular uses proposed for the open space. 

d. Open Space Layout: Open space shall be arrangeci to protect valuable 
natural and cultural environments such as stream valleys, wetland 

I buffers, unfragmented forestland and significant trees, wildlife habitat, 
open fields, scenic views, trails, and archeological sites and to avoid 
development in hazardous areas such as floodplains and steep slopes. 

e. Open space shall be designed in larger blocks of land, preferably as part 
of an integrated open space network, laid out to be contiguous with open 
space areas of similar character (whether permanently-preserved or not) 
on adjacent parcels. Where feasible, these parcels shall be linked by trails. 

Contiguous open space shall generally be more than three (3 )acres in 
area, at least two hundred (200) feet in width, and shall have a length-to- 
width ratio of no greater than four-to-one, except where intended to 
buffer linear features such as watercourses and wetlands, or designed as 
trail links. Fragmentation, or the creation of long, thin strips of open 
space, shall be avoided. Where open space directly adjoins private lots, it 
shall be demarcated with logical, straightforward boundaries such as 
existing rock walls, tree lines, topographic breaks, a roadway or path, or 
post-and-rail fencing. 

f. Protection, Ownership and Management: All common open space shall 
be permanentlv protected by covenants and restrictions in perpetuity and 
approved by the Conservation Commission. Restrictions shall provide for 
periodic inspection of the open space by the Town. A management plan 
may be required by the Planning Board which describes how existing 
woods, fields, meadows or other natural areas shall be maintained in 
accordance with good conservation practices, as recommended in the 
manual Identifying and Protecting New Hampshire's Significant Wildlife 
Habitat, NH Fish & Game and UNH Cooperative Extension. The 
Planning Board may require further legal review of any documents 
submitted, the cost of which shall be borne by the applicant. Open Space 
shall be conveved by the applicant to: 

(1) A homeowners association or other legal entity under New 

Hampshire State Statutes. The developer is responsible for the 
maintenance of the open space and other facilities to be heki in 
common until such time as the homeowners association is capable 
of assuming such responsibility. Thereafter, the members of the 



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association shall share the cost of maintaining the open space. The 
Planning Board shall require the applicant to provide 
documentation that the homeowner's association is an automatic 
(mandatory) association that has been established prior to the 
conveyance of any lots within the subdivision; or 

(2) To a non-profit organization, the principal purpose of which is the 
conservation of open space; or 

(3) Subject to approval of the Planning Board and Board of Selectmen, 
may be dedicatee! to the Town of Fremont with a trust clause 
insuring that it be maintained as open space. 

g. Maintenance of Open Space: In any case where open space is not 

conveyed to the Town, the Town shall be granted an easement over such 
land sufficient to ensure its perpetual maintenance as conservation or 
recreation land. Such easement shall provide that in the event the trust or 
other owner fails to maintain the open space in reasonable condition, the 
Town may, after notice to the lot owners and public hearing, enter upon 
such land to maintain it in order to prevent or abate a nuisance. The cost 
of such maintenance by the Town shall be assessed against the properties 
within the development and/ or to the owner of the open space. The Town 
may file a lien against the lot or lots to ensure payment of such 
maintenance expenses. 

h. Identification of Open Space and Access: The Planning Board may 

require placement of surveyed bounds sufficient to identify the location of 
the open space and other reasonable markers to denote the location of 
access points to the open space and/or trails. 

i. Excess Open Space: The Board may allow open space in excess of the 

minimum requirements to be unrestricted by a conservation easement 
provided that use of the open space is limited by deed covenant to non- 
commercial parks, conservation and recreation areas or conimercial 
agriculture and forestry. 

j. Recreation Lancis: Where appropriate to the topography and natural 

features of the site, the Planning Board may require that at least two (2) 
acres of the open space shall be of a shape, slope, location and condition 
to provide an informal field for active recreation for the residents of the 
subdivision. 

k. External Buffer: A minimum buffer of undisturbed vegetation at least 
fifty (50) feet in width from the outer perimeter of the land subject to the 
application shall be maintained; where no vegetation exists, the Board 
may require tree planting to create a visual buffer. This fifty (50) foot 
buffer shall be maintained in a naturally vegetated state to screen and 



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buffer the development and may account for up to twenty five (25) 
percent of the minimum required open space. 

11.10.10 Standards for Building Lots and Site Design 

a. Lot Shape and Size: House lots and building envelopes should generally 
be square or rectangular in shape and contain adequate upland area to 
accommodate average-sized houses and t}'pical amenities such as 
garages, pools and sheds, including reasonable areas for expansion of 
these buildings. The minimum lot size shall be no less than three quarters 
(34 ) of an acre or thirty two thousand six hundred and seventy (32,670) 
square feet per dw^elling unit. 

b. Frontage: The minimum lot frontage shall be one huncired (100) feet. In 
the case of duplexes and multi-family structures, the setback shall be 
increased by ten (10) per family dwelling unit. In no case shall there be 
less than one hundred (100) feet of lot width at the building line, (see 
table below) 

c. Yards: For all dwelHng units, the minimum front yard setback shall be 
twenty (20) feet; the minimum side yard setback shall be fifteen (15) feet; 
and the minimum rear yard setback shall be thirty (30) feet. In the case of 
duplexes and multi-family structures, the setback shall be increased by 
five (5) per family dwelling unit. All garages, sheds and pools must also 
meet these setbacks, (see table below) 





Single Family, 
Detached 


Duplex 


3- Family 


4-family 


Frontage 


100' 


120' 


130' 


140' 


Front Setback 


20' 


30' 


35' 


40' 


Side Setback 


15' 


25' 


30' 


35' 


Rear Setback 


30' 


40' 


45' 


50' 



ILlO.ll 



Other Standards: 



The layout and configuration of lots, homes, streets and open space is subject to the 
approval of the Planning Board. The layout must demonstrate preservation of open 
land in furtherance of the stated purposes of this Section, without detracting from the 
character of the neighborhood and without seriously diminishing the value of 
surrounding property. 

a. Development Location: Residences should be grouped in locations so that 

scenic views and vistas will remain unblocked, particularly as seen from 
public roads; prime agricultural soils, wildlife habitat and shoreline areas 
will be protected; stone walls, historic sites and their environs will be 
preserved; and significant natural features such as, but not limited to, 
vernal pools, prime wetlands, aquifers, older-growth trees, unique 



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geologic formations and ridgelines will be protected. Wherever possible, 
structures should be located within any wooded upland on the parcel, or 
along the far edges of open fields and so that silhouettes of structures will 
be below the ridgeline or hilltop or, if the site is wooded, the building 
silhouettes will be lower than the existing canopy height. New structures 
should be screened from view from public roads with a buffer of existing 
trees or new plantings. 

b. The maximum number of house lots compatible with good design shall 
abut the open space and all house lots shall have reasonable physical and 
visual access to the open space through internal roads, sidewalks or paths. 

c. Development along existing scenic roads and the creation of new 
driveway openings on existing roadways shall be minimized or avoided 
altogether. 

d. Pedestrian Access/ Circulation: Open space shall be laid out in 
conjunction with existing and proposed streets, sidewalks and lots so that 
the greatest degree of internal pedestrian circulation and access from the 
lots to both on-site and off-site open space is achieved. Access to the open 
space must be clear and direct, and arranged in a manner that does not 
conflict with the actual or apparent use of private lots. 

e. Landscaping: Common areas (such as community greens, cul-de-sac 
islands, and along both sides of new sh-eets) shall be landscapeci with 
deciduous shade trees. The minimum caliper of trees along roadways 
shall be three (3) inches measured at a point six (6) inches above the root 
ball, and spaced every one hundred (100) feet along the road right-of- 
way. Species shall be salt tolerant. 

f . All utilities servicing the Open Space Preservation Development shall be 
place underground. 



The Planning Board recommends this article. 



ARTICLE 3: Are you in favor of amending ARTICLE VIII Section 3 of the Fremont 
Zoning Ordinance to replace "Whoever violates any of the provisions of the regulations 
of this ordinance shall be punished upon conviction by a fine not exceeding two 
hundred seventy-five dollars ($275) for each day of violation with "Whoever violates 
any of the provisions of the regulations of this ordinance shall be subject to RSA 
676:17". 

The Planning Board recommends tliis article. 



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ARTICLE 4: Are you in favor of adopting a new Zoning Article XVII in accordance 
with RSA 674:35,1, to authorize the Fremont Planning Board to require preliniinary 
subdivision design review. The Subdivision Regulation regarding the requirements of 
such review to be prepared and adopted by the Fremont Planning Board. 

The Planning Board recommends this article. 

" ARTICLE 5: In accordance with NH RSA 155- A, are you in favor of amending 
ARTICLE V Section 1 of the Fremont Zoning Ordinance to read as follows: "All 
divelliiigs and structures shall meet the requirements in the New Hampshire State 
Building Code," and delete Fremont Zoning Article V Section 10 as it would be 
included in the amended Section 1. 

The Planning Board recommends this article. 

ARTICLE 6: By petition: "Shall the Town of Fremont, New Hampshire vote to allow 
absentee ballot voting at the annual Town Meetings by adopting all the provisions of 
RSA 40:13, "The Official Ballot Voting Law," on all issues before the Town of Fremont 
NH? This article to be voted on; the second Tuesday of March, 2007." 

The Selectmen do not recommend this article. 



SECOND SESSION: SATURDAY MARCH 17, 2007 TO BE HELD AT THE ELLIS 
SCHOOL AT 432 MAIN STREET IN FREMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE 
TIME: 5:00 PM 

ARTICLE 7: To hear the report of the Budget Committee and take any action the Town 
deems necessary. 

ARTICLE 8: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for general municipal operations, exclusive of all other warrant articles. The Selectmen 
recommend two million four hundred twenty-one thousand one hundred twenty-five 
dollars ($2,421,125) and the Budget Committee recommends two million four hundred 
twenty-two thousand one hundred forty-four dollars ($2,422,144). (Majority vote 
required.) 

ARTICLE 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred thirteen thousand dollars ($113,000) to be placed in existing Capital Reserve 
Funds for the following purposes. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee 
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

a. Police Cruiser $15,500 

b. Radio Communication Equipment $5,000 



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c. Fire Truck $12,500 

d. Highway Equipment $20,000 

e. Highway Building $15,000 

f. Property Revaluation $25,000 

g. Town Hall Renovations $20,000 

ARTICLE 10: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sun^ of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000) to be placed in the existing Town Buildings Repair and 
Maintenance Expendable Trust Fund. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee 
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

ARTICLE 11: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty- 
two thousand fourteen dollars ($32,014) to purchase and equip a 2007 police cruiser for 
the Fremont Police Department and to authorize the withdrawal of up to twenty-two 
thousand dollars ($22,000) from the Police Cruiser Capital Reserve Fund to offset the 
purchase price. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this 
appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

ARTICLE 12: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 
eight thousand dollars ($28,000) for the purpose of a radio communication system at 
the Fremont Safety Complex Fire/ EMS and emergency services and to authorize the 
withdrawal of twenty-eight thousand dollars ($28,000) from the Radio Communication 
Capital Reserve Fund to offset the purchase price. The Selectmen recommend this 
appropriation and the Budget Committee does not recommend this appropriation. 
(Majority vote required.) 

ARTICLE 13: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty-six 
thousand four hundred dollars ($46,400) to continue with a Public Health Mosquito 
Control Program and fund the program for the coming year. The Selectmen and the 
Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

ARTICLE 14: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars ($50,000) to shim pave and do associated shoulder work, on North 
Road from Leavitt Road to Old Ridge Road; and a section closer to the Brentwood line; 
and Shirkin Road (approximately 400 feet) from the Epping Town line into Fremont. 
The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority 
vote required.) 

ARTICLE 15: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
hundred dollars ($500) in support of the Court Appointed Special Advocates of NH 
(CAS A NH). The Selectmen recommend this appropriation and the Budget Committee 
does not recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 



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ARTICLE 16: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifteen 
thousand two hundred eight-five dollars ($15,285) for the purchase of an AutoPulse 
System and all associated equipment for the Fremont Fire Rescue Department. The 
Selectmen recommend this appropriation and the Budget Committee does not 
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

ARTICLE 17: By Petition: "Shall the Town of Fremont NH vote to create a Capitol 
(sic) Reserve Fund for the purpose of live broadcasting of Selectmen's meetings on 
Comcast Channel 22 and further to raise and appropriate the sum of four hundred 
dollars ($400.00) to be placed in said fund." The Selectmen and the Budget Committee 
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required). 

ARTICLE 18: To see if the Town will vote to designate the Board of Selectmen as 
agents to expend from the Highway Equipment Capital Reserve Fund established in 
2002. The Selectmen recommend this article. (Majority vote required). 

ARTICLE 19: To see if the Town will vote to designate as Town Forests, in accordance 
with NH RSA 31:110, the following parcels of land: 

Oak Ridge Map 4 Lots 004, 008, 009, 010, Oil, 012, and 016 

Glen Oakes Map 2 Lot 156.002.001 

The Selectmen and the Conservation Commission recommend this article. 

ARTICLE 20: To see if the Town will vote to accept deeded title to the Phase II portion 
of Tuck Drive (1,926.36 feet) and all of Godfrey Lane (2,779.35 feet) as designated on 
Plans # D-31397 and D-31333 from W Turner Porter Jr/Ingalls Lane Realy LLC, with a 
two year maintenance bond to be held by the Town in the amount of $75,545. (Majority 
vote required.) 

ARTICLE 21: By Petition: To see if the Town will go on record in support of effective 
actions by the President and the Congress to address the issue of climate change which 
is increasingly harmful to the environment and economy of New Hampshire and to the 
future well being of the people of Fremont. These actions include: 

1. Establishment of a national program requiring reductions of US greenhouse 
gas emissions while protecting the US economy. 

2. Creation of a major national research initiative to foster rapid development of 
sustainable energy technologies thereby stimulating new jobs and 
investment. 

In addition, the Town of Fremont encourages New Hampshire citizens to work for 
emission reductions within their communities, and we ask our Selectmen to consider 
the appointment of a voluntary energy committee to recommend local steps to save 



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energy and reduce emissions. The record of the vote on this article shall be transmitted 
to the New Hampshire Congressional Delegation, to the President of the United States, 
and to declared candidates for those offices. 

ARTICLE 22: To transact any other business that may legally come before this 
meeting. 



Given under our hands and seal this Eighth day of February in the Year of 
Our Lord Two Thousand and Seven. 




A True^opy Attest 




Donald W Gatefe Jr 



'eter B Bolduc 




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Bolduc 



Selectmen 
Town of Fremont New Hampshire 



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MS-7 



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF 

FREMONT 

BUDGET FORM FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year 

January 1, 2007 to December 31, 2007 

IMPORTANT: 



Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



1 . Use this form to list the entire budget in the appropriate recommended and not recommended area. 
This means the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles must be posted. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be 
placed on file with the town clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration 
at the address below. 



This is to certify that this budget was posted with the warrant on February 1 6, 2007. 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 



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Please sign in inli. 




HIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT 



FOR DRA USE ONLY 



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION 

MUNICIPAL FINANCE BUREAU 

P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 

(603)271-3397 

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MS-7 



Budget - Town of FREMONT 

2 3 



FY 2007 
5 



6 











Actual 


Estimated 






Warr. 


Estimated Revenues 


Revenues 


Revenues 


ACCTJ 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


Art.# 


Prior Year 


Prior Year 


Ensuing Year 





TAXES 




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XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3120 


Land Use Change Taxes 


7 


75,000 


48,500.00 


75,000 


3180 


Resident Taxes 










3185 


Timber Taxes 


7 


10,000 


1,516.67 


5,000 


3186 


Payment in Lieu of Taxes 










3189 


Other Taxes 










3190 


Int & Penalties on Delinq Taxes 


7 


22,000 


32,222.69 


25,000 




Inventory Penalties 










3187 


Excavation Tax ($.02 cents/cu yd) 


7 


1,200 


2,791.80 


2,500 





LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES 




XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


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Business Licenses & Permits 










3220 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


7 


750,000 


714,274.98 


739,200 


3230 


Building Permits 


7 


85,000 


26,701.25 


50,000 


3290 


Other Licenses, Permits & Fees 


7 


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12,372.02 


16,000 


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FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 













FROM STATE 




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3351 


Shared Revenues 


7 


14,665 


14,661.50 


17,104 


3352 


Meals & Rooms Tax Distribution 


7 


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157,715.61 


140,000 


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Highway Block Grant 


7 


85,468 


85,468.25 


83,419 


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Water Pollution Grant 










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Housing & Community Development 










3356 


State & Federal Forest Land Reimbursement 










3357 


Flood Control Reimbursement 










3359 


Other (Including Railroad Tax) 






70,000.00 




3379 


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CHARGES FOR SERVICES 




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XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3401-3406 


Income from Departments 


7 


77,082 


103,497.11 


63,400 


3409 


Other Charges 


7 


54,455 


59,918.12 


52,825 





MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 




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XXXXXXXXX 


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3501 


Sale of Municipal Property 


7 


6,350 


2,393.30 


3,200 


3502 


Interest on Investments 


7 


15,000 


23,225.10 


20,000 


3503-3509 


Other 


7 


3,000 


8,210.91 


3,000 



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN 


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3912 


From Special Revenue Funds 




13,412 


13,412 





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From Capital Projects Funds 











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MS-V 
Rev. 07/02 



MS-7 



Budget - Town of FREMONT 

2 3 



FY 2007 



ACCT.# 



SOURCE OF REVENUE 



Warr. Estimated Revenues 
Art.# Prior Year 



Actual 
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Prior Year 



Estimated 

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Ensuing Year 



INTERFUND OPERATING TRANSFERS IN cont. 



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3914 



3915 



3916 



3934 



Sewer - (Offset) 



From Enterprise Funds 



Water - (Offset) 



Electric - (Offset) 



Airport - (Offset) 



From Capital Reserve Funds 



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12,900 



3,600 



12,900.00 



3,600.00 



50,01 



3.6 



OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 



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xxxxxxxxx 



xxxxxxxxx 



Proc. from Long Term Bonds & Notes 



Amounts VOTED From F/B ("Surplus") 



Fund Balance ("Surplus") to Reduce Taxes 



TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE & CREDITS 



1,000,000 



25,000 



2,408,932 



0.00 



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1,418,381.31 



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^BUDGET SUMMARY* 





PRIOR YEAR 
ADOPTED BUDGET 


SELECTMEN'S 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET 


BUDGET COMMITTEE 
RECOMMENDED BUDG 


SUBTOTAL 1 Appropriations Recommended (from pg. 5) 


3,597.372 


2,421,125 


2,422, 


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 




183,414 


155,' 


SUBTOTAL 3 "Individual" Warrant Articles Recommended (from pg. 6) 




112,185 


96,' 


TOTAL Appropriations Recommended 


3,597,372 


2,716,724 


2.673, 


Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 


2.408,932 


1,374,248 


1,346, 


Estimated Amount of Taxes to be Raised 


1.188,440 


1,342,476 


1,327, 



Maximum Allowable Increase to Budget Committee's Recommended Budget per RSA 32:18: $237,078 
(See Supplemental Schedule With 10% Calculation on next page) 



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M 
Rev. 07 



BUDGET COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULE 

^i For Calculating the 10% maximum increase 

RSA 32:18, 19, and 32;21 

Local Governmental Unit: FREMONT NH Fiscal Year End: December 31 , 2007 



1 Total RECOMMENDED by the Budget Committee $2,673,958.00 
LESS EXCLUSIONS ' ' ' ' • ' 

2 Principal: Long-Term Bonds & Notes ' ' $205,000.00 

3 Interest: Long-Term Bonds & Notes ,. $98,175.00 

4 Capital Outlays Funded from Long-Term Bonds & Notes $0.00 
Per RSA 33:8 and 33:7-b 

5 Mandatory Assessments $0.00 

6 Total EXCLUSIONS (Sum of Rows 2 - 5) $303,175.00 

7 Amount recommended less recommended exclusion , $2,370,783.00 
amounts (line 1 less line 6) ^ '.-■., 

8 Line 7 times 10% "'' $237,078.30 

9 Maximum Allowable Appropriations (lines 1 + 8) '. ' ■' $2,911,036.30 



39 



NARRATIVE FOR THE 2007 TOWN MEETING WARRANT 

The following narrative seeks to provide additional information for voters pertaining to the articles 
proposed in the Tow/n Meeting Warrant for 2007. 

VOTE AT THE POLLS ON TUESDAY MARCH 13, 2007 FROM 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM AT THE SAFETY 

COMPLEX AT 425 MAIN STREET IN FREMONT: 

ARTICLE 1 The written ballot contains all candidates running for an elected office within the Town. There 
will be a separate ballot for candidates running for Frernont School District offices. Sample ballots will be 
posted at the Town Hall, Safety Complex, Library and Post Office for viewing before Election Day. You 
can vote by absentee ballot on Articles 1 through 6 only. We will also try this year, to put the sample ballot 
on the website for viewing. If this isn't possible, the listing of candidates will still be available on the Town 
Clerk's page, with other election matenals. The remainder of the Town Meeting discussion and voting 
takes place on Saturday March 17, 2007 beginning at 5:00 pm at Ellis School. 

ARTICLE 2 will be voted upon by ballot, at the polls on March 13, 2007. This article proposes to update 
the Fremont Zoning Ordinance by adding a Zoning District Map and Zoning District Ordinance, including 
an Open Space Preservation Ordinance. This article would establish Zoning Districts within the Town of 
Fremont including Corporate Commercial, Commercial Highway, Flexible Use Residential. This ordinance 
would also include the Fremont New Hampshire Zoning District Map inclusive of the existing Village District 
and the newly proposed districts. The proposed Open Space Preservation Ordinance would allow 
residential development, in addition to conventional development, in which the buildings and accessory 
uses are located more closely together with reduced lot sizes, into one or more groups. All land not 
included in the building lots or street rights-of-way would be dedicated as permanently preserved open 
space. The overall housing density would not exceed that which could be built under a conventional 
development plan unless otherwise permitted. This ordinance will allow Open Space Preservation uses by 
conditional use permit only, under the jurisdiction of the Planning Board. 

ARTICLE 3 will be voted upon by ballot, at the polls on March 13, 2007. This article proposes to update 
the Fremont Zoning Ordinance section pertaining to fines. It would update the Town fine schedule to keep 
it concurrent with the State of New Hampshire fine schedule by adopting the appropriate NH Statute. 

ARTICLE 4 will be voted upon by ballot, at the polls on March 13, 2007. This amendment proposes a new 
article to update the Fremont Zoning Ordinance to authorize the Planning Board to require an applicant who 
is proposing a subdivision to apply for a design review hearing for the purpose of nonbinding discussions. 
This is beyond conceptual and general discussions, which involve more specific design, planning and 
engineering details. The Design Review hearings require formal public notice to the public and all abutters. 

ARTICLE 5 will be voted upon by ballot, at the polls on March 13, 2007. This amendment proposes to 
update the Ordinance to allow the Town to follow the adoption of building code versions adopted at the 
State level. 

ARTICLE 6 will be voted upon by ballot, at the polls on March 13, 2007. This article was submitted by 
petition and proposes to change the way that Fremont votes at the annual meeting. This article must pass 



40 



by a 3/5 majority vote. If passed, it would do away with the traditional Town Meeting. The SB 2 method 
puts all questions before the voters on an official ballot, which is created in final form, after a deliberative 
session held generally in late January or early February. At this forum, changes can be made to the final 
format of the warrant, which then becomes the "official ballot." 

From there, voting on the items would take place on the second Tuesday in March and the traditional 
Saturday Town Meeting discussion and voting would be eliminated. In order to be eligible to vote by 
absentee ballot, you must meet the cnteria outlined in RSA 657:1 , 

VOTE AT ELLIS SCHOOL GYNMASIUM AT 432 MAIN STREET IN FREMONT NH 
AT THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING SATURDAY MARCH 17, 2007 at 5:00 pm 

All remaining articles (7 through 22) will be acted upon at the recessed session of Town Meeting, which 
begins at 5:00 pm on Saturday, March 1 7, 2007. This part of the meeting is held at the Ellis School at 432 
Mam Street, in the gymnasium. 

By law, any warrant article requesting funds must be considered by the Selectmen and the Budget 
Committee, and each must make a recommendation on the proposed expenditure. This recommendation 
is noted at the end of each article within the warrant itself. The Selectmen have also made other 
recommendations as pertinent to the articles. The type of vote required in parentheses at the end of each 
article as well, such as majonty or 2/3 vote requirements. We have also included an estimate of what each 
article reflects as part of the total town portion of the tax rate. 

ARTICLE 7 is the opportunity for the Budget Committee to make their report on the 2007 budget process 
and appropnations. You can view the wntten report of the Budget Committee in the annual report. 

ARTICLE 8 is the total operating budget for the Town of Fremont. This article is referred to as the master 
budget article. This number is the sum total of all operating budgets, and excludes any special warrant 
articles. The full budget detail can be found on the State Form MS-7, which is printed on colored pages in 
the beginning of your Town Report. 

The Selectmen have recommended $2,421,125 for the operating budget and the Budget Committee has 
recommended $2,422,144. The difference in these numbers is $1,019 more recommended by the Budget 
Committee for the Town Clerk's salary. 

Following are some highlights of the major changes in the operating budgets: 

Wages in all areas are increased by 3% for the cost of living. 

Executive : Increase in postage for the Clerk to do mailing of registration renewal reminders, additional 

hours worked by the Clerk's office staff. 

Election and Registration : Decreased due to only one election scheduled for 2007. 

Reappraisal of Property : Multi-year contract with MRI (Municipal Resources Inc) to include a CPI increase 

in the cost of contracted assessing services. 

Personnel Administration : Increased due to the increased cost of health insurance, even with a reduction in 

plan benefit offered to employees; an increase of 2% in the Town's share of police retirement, and a new 



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full time police officer (with benefits) for a portion of the year. Updates are also planned to the Town's 

wage study and pay matnx. 

Planning and Zoning : First full year of full-time staff in this office. Monies budgeted for training sessions 

for board members and staff. 

General Government Buildings : New roof on the Historical Museum, increased electrical and fuel costs. 

Cemeteries : Planned expansion at the Leavitt Cemetery. 

Other General Government : The low bid pnce on the printing of the Town Report expected to save 

approximately $2,000. 

Police Department : Increased for the inclusion of a fourth full-time officer, scheduled to be hired for part of 

the year. Increase in investigation wages and time spent, first full year of full-time clerical position. 

Fire Department: Reflective of the combination of fire and rescue to one department. The points 

compensation plans (both fire and rescue) are included in this line item, and the coming year will refine 

more of the department combination matters. 

Emergency Management : Includes a stipend for the Emergency Management Director and some funding 

for a new radio and generator maintenance. 

Rescue Sguad : Some of the operating expenses shifted this year to the Fire Department budget. 

Increased money for training and new equipment to include replacement of the automatic defibrillator to a 

three lead semi-automatic machine. Budget also includes an oxygen cascade system to refill portable 

oxygen tanks with breathing air. 

Highway Department : Decreased by $23,000; with less work projects proposed for completion in 2007. 

Block Grant revenue from the State of NH is down to $83,419 from $85,468 in 2006. 

Solid Waste Collection : Contract rate for MSW/recycling pickup increased by 2.5% for cost of living and 

6.2% increase in the number of new homes from 2005 to 2006. 

Solid Waste Disposal : Increased cost per ton in tipping fee at Turnkey Landfill; and an increase in the 

amount of MSW generated by homes in Fremont (due to increased population). 

Library : Increase in wages and hours worked, increase in funding of Summer Reading Program, increased 

maintenance and utility costs. 

Debt Service : Bond and interest repayments reduced over the life of the bonds. 

Interest on Tax Anticipation Notes : Increased interest rate on borrowing, and increased borrowing for town 

and school funding (in anticipation of taxes) to meet cash flow needs. 

If the operating budget and all warrant articles pass, it is estimated at this time that the tax rate for the 
Town would perhaps increase by $0.15 per thousand. All tax impact estimates are per $1 ,000 of valuation. 
The number of veteran credits and amount of overlay (which affect the final rate) are not available at this 
time, which is one reason why the values are estimates. We are also assuming a reasonable amount of 
growth in the total assessed valuation of the Town, which is the largest component of the tax rate setting 
formula, 

ARTICLE 9 requests funding ($1 13,000) for seven existing capital reserve accounts. Each fund has 
already been established for future use. These funds will add to what has already been set aside. These 
funds accrue over time and are then used to offset the cost of larger capital purchases when needed. To 
see the amount already established in each of these funds, refer to the annual report of the Trustees of 
Trust Funds in the Town Report on page 79. (Majority vote required) The estimated tax impact of this 
expenditure is $0.26 per thousand. 



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ARTICLE 10 requests funding ($10,000) to add to ttie town expendable trust fund, expendable by ttie 
Board of Selectmen as agents, for town building equipment repair or maintenance work thiat may not be 
anticipated in a given budget year. Examples are uninsured damages or unanticipated repairs to larger 
items sucti as a well pump or furnace. We do not want to budget an emergency fund every year because 
it affects taxes every year. This fund is being proposed to put some money away and leave it there for use 
in case of a building or maintenance emergency. It is anticipated that it might build up for a couple of years 
and then remain, for use at such time it is needed. It can only be spent for building repairs or 
maintenance. By setting it aside in a fund, it does not have to be re-appropriated every year, and can 
accrue interest as does a capital reserve fund. (Majority vote required) The estimated tax impact of this 
expenditure is $0.02. 

ARTICLE 11 requests funding ($32,014) to purchase a new Police Department Cruiser to replace the 
oldest car in the fleet, a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria with approximately 145,000 miles currently on it. There 
will be $22,000 proposed to be removed from capital reserve to offset the purchase pnce. This means that 
$10,014 will be funded from taxation. This cost of the cruiser is $20,995 and the equipment (lights and 
radios compliant with CAR 54 standards) is $1 1 ,019. We will only have to purchase this CAR 54 
equipment once (all of the other police vehicles were equipped with this equipment with grant funding). In 
the future when a car is retired, the equipment will be moved to another car. (Majority vote required) The 
estimated tax impact of this purchase is $0.02. ■ . , 

ARTICLE 12 requests funding ($28,000) for a multi-channel, 100 watt base station that dispatch would use 
to activate the Fremont pagers. The antennae would be affixed to a new 100 foot tower at the rear of the 
Safety Complex. Histoncally there have been coverage problems from Raymond's transmitter (our current 
dispatch center). If a different dispatch center is used in the future, the system can be refigured. 
Anticipated useful system life is at least 20 years. This is compliant with existing town radio equipment and 
scaleable to future digital technology. This project has favorable impact on the Fire Rescue, Emergency 
Management, and Police Departments, Homeland Security and possibly the Highway Department should 
they need to reach dispatch dunng a winter storm. The final plan would include removing the existing 
antennas from the roof tripod mounts. The new system design load is to survive 90 mps wind speed with 
up to Vi inch ice on 10 sq ft antennas, bracket and ground pier mounted structure with no guy wires. This 
plan assumes full wireless control. The article proposes that the full purchase/construction price be funded 
from the existing capital reserve fund for radio equipment. (Majority vote required). The estimated tax 
impact of this purchase is $0. 

ARTICLE 13 requests funding ($46,400) to continue a mosquito control program for the Town. The ' 
Selectmen have placed this article on the warrant so that the community can have an opportunity to 
consider it and decide whether or not to proceed again this year with a town-wide program. The program 
for 2007 is more extensive than what was done in 2006, and allows for emergency spraying should that be 
necessary. The overall mosquito control program is a comprehensive program beginning with surveillance, 
which involves trapping adult mosquitoes; to treatment of larvae (a major focus of an effective control 
program) through adulticiding. The proposal for 2007 also includes more monitoring, collecting, and 
testing of mosquitoes for WNV and EEE. 

The cost shown here is for one year of a mosquito control program, which would begin immediately 
following Town Meeting if this appropriation is approved. This would be (at a minimum) an annual cost to 



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the Town for mosquito control. It is anticipated that this type of program will need to be done for the 
foreseeable future if the Town continues to have concerns about the mosquito population. The information 
the Town has received from State Health Officials at this time indicates that EEE and WNV will again be 
issues in NH during 2007. They cannot forecast to what extent, but feel it is important for towns to remain 
vigilant and prepared. (Majority vote required) The estimated tax impact of this expenditure is $0.1 1 . 

ARTICLE 14 requests funding ($50,000) to shim and install overlay paving, and shoulder work on North 
Road and Shirkin Road. On North Road, work is planned from Leavitt Road to Old Ridge Road; and a 
short section closer to the Brentwood town line. On Shirkin Road, approximately 400 feet of work is 
planned, coming in from the Epping town line. (Majority vote required) The estimated tax impact of this 
expenditure is $0.12. This request is down from prior years in an effort to stabilize taxes. The Road Agent 
feels that much of our major reconstruction work is done, and that overlays and maintenance are needed 
for the next several years. 

ARTICLE 15 requests funding ($500) in support of a new social service agency. Court Appointed Special 
Advocates of NH (CASA NH). The Fremont Police Department has endorsed this article, as they use this 
agency to assist them in cases where children are involved. CASA of NH is a statewide, private non-profit 
organization created to provide advocacy for the state's abused and neglected children. The agency 
recruits, trains and supervises volunteers from communities throughout the state who are, then, appointed 
to cases by NH's District and Family Court Judges. Under NH law, children who come to the attention of 
the courts as a result of abuse or neglect are required to have a guardian ad litem (GAL) appointed to 
represent their best interests. (Majority vote required.) The estimated tax impact of this expenditure is 
less than $0.01. 

ARTICLE 16 was submitted by the Fremont Fire Rescue members to purchase an AutoPulse System, 
which generates consistent and optimal chest compressions, offering the promise of normal blood flow 
dunng a cardiac arrest event. (This equipment will be used on patients in cardiac arrest to assist in the 
execution of CPR). This equipment will be beneficial to the daytime volunteers, who, often times are 
alone. Use of the machine will allow for hands-free CPR with only one person present. That person can 
focus on airway management. Research has shown that outcomes for sudden cardiac arrest patients, 
when this unit can be applied immediately, are more favorable than if the equipment is not available. 
(Majonty vote required.) The estimated tax impact of this expenditure is $0.04. 

ARTICLE 17 has been placed in the warrant by petition, to create a new capital reserve fund for the 
purpose of live broadcasting of Selectmen's meetings on Comcast Cable channel 22. It asks to fund this 
new account in the amount of $400. (Majority vote required). The estimated tax impact of this expenditure 
is less than $0.01. 

ARTICLE 18 asks to designate the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend from the Highway Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund, which was created in 2002. The Road Agent made this request so that if an 
emergency happened dunng the year, the Selectmen could expend money from this fund to replace/fix a 
sander or plow. (Majonty vote required). There is no tax dollar impact of this vote. 

ARTICLE 19 has been placed on the warrant to designate certain areas of Town Property as Town 
Forests. At this time, these parcels include what is now referred to as the Oak Ridge Forest (Map 4 Lots 



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004, 008, 009, 010, 011, 012 and 016) and the newly acquired Glen Oakes Property (Map 2 Lot 
156.002.001). This designation would be in accordance with RSA 31:1 10 through 31:113. In general a 
Town Forest is established to encourage the proper management of timber, firewood and other natural 
resources. This article is supported by the Board of Selectmen and the Conservation Commission. 

ARTICLE 20 proposes to accept deeded title to the Phase II portion of Tuck Drive (1,926.36 feet) and all of 
Godfrey Lane (2,779.35 feet) as designated on Plans # D-31397 and D-31333 from W Turner Porter Jr / 
Ingalls Lane Realty LLC, with a two year maintenance bond to be held by the Town in the amount of 
$75,545. (Majority vote required.) All engineering and town inspections (by the Road Agent) have been 
completed and found to be satisfactory at this time. These are the remaining roadways within the Tuck 
Woods development. The Phase I roadways were accepted by the Town in 2005. The maintenance bond 
has already been posed with the Town in the form of an irrevocable letter of credit. 

ARTICLE 21 was submitted by petition to see if the Town will vote to go on record in support of effective 
actions by the President and the Congress to address the issue of climate change which is increasingly 
harmful to the environment and economy of New Hampshire and to the future well being of the people of 
Fremont. This would include establishing a national program requiring reductions of US greenhouse gas 
emissions while protecting the US economy and creation of a major national research initiative to foster 
rapid development of sustainable energy technologies thereby stimulating new jobs and investment. This 
article encourages Fremonters and all NH citizens to work for emission reductions within their communities, 
and asks the Selectmen to consider the appointment of a voluntary energy committee to recommend local 
steps to save energy and reduce emissions. Please feel free to record your interest in this committee (or 
any other local board or committee), by filling out a volunteer Application Form. They are available on line 
at www.Fremont.nh.qov on the Board of Selectmen's page (forms are at the bottom of the page); or by 
calling the Selectmen's Office to have one mailed out to you. 

ARTICLE 22 is the meetings closure article, for the transaction of any other business to be brought before 
the voters. Business here is advisory in nature, having not been "forewarned" on the warrant. 

We hope this information is helpful to your understanding of the issues to be voted upon at the 
2007 Annual Town Meeting. If you have specific questions that might be answered in advance of the 
meeting to be held on March 17, 2007, please feel free to call our office at 895 2226 or send an email to 
Selectmen(5)Fremont.nh.qov or to FremontTA(a)comcast.net . 

Gene Cordes, 
Donald W Gates Jr 
Peter BBolduc 

Fremont Board of Selectmen 



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TOWN OF FREMONT NH 
2006 TOWN MEETING MINUTES 

FIRST SESSION FOR VOTING: TUESDAY MARCH 14, 2006 TO BE HELD AT THE 
FREMONT SAFETY COMPLEX AT 425 MAIN STREET IN FREMONT 
NEW HAMPSHIRE TIME: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM 

Annmarie Scribner, Assistant Town Moderator, opened the first session of the 2006 Fremont Town 
Meeting at 8:00 am at the Fremont Safety Complex, 425 Main Street. The Town and School 
Warrants were read. Twenty absentee ballots that had been received by 1:00 pm were opened and 
signatures verified. No other absentee ballots were received by 5:00 pm. The polls closed at 7:00 
pm and the counting of ballots commenced, with the aid of an Accu-Vote counting machine. Write- 
in votes were tallied by hand. 

Voting totals included 2,506 registered voters on the checklist and 19 new registrants on polling day. 
There were a total of 496 total votes cast; including the 20 absentee ballots. The results of the 
election are as follows: 

ARTICLE 1: To choose by ballot all necessary Town Officers for the ensuing year. 
Miscellaneous write-in votes are not reported here. A fuU election report, including every 
write-in, is available in the Town Clerk's Office. Write-ins of less than five votes are not 
accounted for here. 



Selectman - 3 years 
Christopher J Braid 46 

Eugene Cordes 317 

Brett A Hunter 107 

Gene Cordes declared the winner. 



Budget Committee - 2 for 3 years 
Douglas J McElroy 372 

Michael Nygren 58 

Douglas McElroy and Michael Nygren 
declared the winners. 



Road Agent - 3 years 
Guerwood M Holmes 406 

Guerwood M Holmes declared the 



winner. 



Trustee of Trust Funds - 3 years 
Kerm Jones 7 

Kenn Jones declared the winner. 

Library Trustee - 3 years 
Barbara D Baker 438 

Barbara Baker declared the winner. 

Moderator - 2 years 

Raymond Bemier 421 

Raymond Bernier declared the winner. 

ARTICLE 2: Are you in favor of adopting a new ARTICLE IV -A for the Fremont Zoning 
Ordinance known as the In-Law/ Accessory Apartment Ordinance to read as follows: 

ARTICLE IV -A 
IN-LAW/ACCESSORY APARTMENTS . 



Supervisor of Checklist - 6 years 
Annmarie Stackpole 417 

Annmarie Stackpole declared the winner. 



By Special Exception "in-law/accessory apartments" are allowed 
within, or as an addition to, existing residential single family 



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structures . Mobile home units and manufactured housing units less 
than 1600 square feet, residential duplexes , townhouses or R-1, R-2, 
and/or R-4 residential apartments/groups , all are excluded from this 
section. In addition "In-law/accessory apartments" are not allowed 
within industrial , commercial and/or business type uses or buildings . 

An "In-law/accessory apartment" special exception shall be granted by 
the Zoning Board of Adjustment, only upon finding by this Board that 
it meets the provisions and conditions of this section. 

A. The applicant, seeking an in-law/accessory apartment shall make 
application to the Zoning Board of Adjustment. 

B. The property must conform to the dimensional requirements of the 
single family minimum lot size standard as established by 
Fremont Zoning Ordinance in 1971 (Lot size of 1 acres minimum is 
required) , and the single family dwelling shall have been 
constructed and occupied for a period of a minimum of one year. 

C. The dwelling to which the in-law/accessory apartment is being 
created must be owner occupied and be of greater than 1200 
square feet of total existing living space. 

D. The living area of the in-law/accessory apartment shall be a 
minimum of 400 square feet and a maximum of 800 square feet. 
Size shall be determined by the total square footage of the in- 
law/accessory apartment . The initial family unit may not be 
lessened by such dimensions so as to create non-compliance with 
Article V Section 2. 

E. No more than two bedrooms are permitted in the in-law/accessory 
apartment . 

F. The owner shall provide evidence to the Building Official that 
septic facilities are adequate to service the in-law/accessory 
apartment . Such evidence shall be in the form of certification 
by State of N.H. licensed septic system designer . The Building 
Official shall indicate his/her approval in writing to the 
Zoning Board of Adjustment as to proper certification having 
been received. 

G. The in-law/accessory apartment shall be designed such that the 
appearance of the building remains that of the single family 
dwelling. Any new entrances shall be located on the side or 
rear of the building and shall be at ground level. 

H. All in-law/accessory apartments shall have accessible entrances 
and shall conform to dwelling unit Type-B construction, as 
specified in the International Residential Code (IRC). 



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I. The primary residence and the in-law/accessory apartment must 
share common water, septic, and electric facilities . 

J. In no case shall more than one in-law/accessory apartment be 
permitted within the structure. Dormitory-type facilities and 
living are expressly prohibited whether seasonal or otherwise. 

K. In-law/accessory apartment shall not be constructed or 
established within any accessory use structure (such as a 
garage) . Only the primary residential structure may contain the 
in-law/accessory apartment . 

L. Off-street parking must be available for a minimum of four 

automobiles for the entire structure. In no case shall an in- 
law apartment be permitted to have a separate driveway or 
separate garage to accommodate its occupant (s). 

M. All in-law/accessory apartments shall be provided with an 

interconnected smoke alarm system. All smoke alarms shall be 
listed and installed in accordance with the provisions of the 
IRC and the household fire warning provisions of NFPA 12. 

N. The provisions of the International Residential Code (IRC) shall 
apply to all construction elements of the in-law/accessory 
apartment . There shall be no occupancy of the in-law/accessory 
apartment until the Building Official has issued an occupancy 
permit . 

0. No in-law/accessory apartments shall be allowed within the Flood 
Plain as identified by the FIRM map relating to Fremont, N.H. 

Upon receiving approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals and prior to 
receiving a building permit, the applicant shall demonstrate to the 
authorized official that the applicant has recorded the special 
exception decision with Rockingham Registry, indexed under the name 
of the property owner. Any special exception granted under this 
Section shall contain a provision which states as follows: "Upon the 
cessation of occupancy by an immediate family member, the owner 
hereby acknowledges and purchasers are put on notice, that the in- 
law/apartment is to be used only by immediate family members and no 
others, and that no variances from this provision shall be obtained 
permitting any other use". 

Variances to this special exception may not be granted. 

The following definitions shall pertain to this section: 
In-law/accessory apartment - An apartment within a single family 
residence. An in-law apartment is defined as "a separate living 
space within a single family dwelling unit consisting of separate 
sleeping, cooking and bathroom facilities and which is intended to be 
occupied by an in-law or in-laws of a member of a family unit 



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occupying the main part of the dwelling. " and meeting the following 
criteria : 

In-law apartments may be occupied only by members of the family 
unit occupying the main part of the dwelling or by in-laws of a 
member of said family unit. The applicant must satisfactorily 
demonstrate that said apartment will be utilized only in this 
fashion. The occupancy or rental of an in-law apartment by 
persons other than in-laws, as defined in this ordinance, is 
expressly prohibited. 

R-1/R-2/R-4 - Residential occupancy groups as defined by the 
International Residential Code. 

DWELLING UNIT, TYPE B. - A dwelling unit designed and constructed for 
accessibility in accordance with ICC/ANSI A117.1, intended to be 
consistent with the technical requirements of fair housing required 
by federal law. 

The Planning Board recommends this article. 

YES - 329 NO - 149 BLANKS - 18 Article passed by ballot vote. 

ARTICLE 3: Are you in favor of adopting a new ARTICLE XIII for the Fremont Zoning 
Ordinance known as Village District Ordinance to read as follows: 

ARTICLE XIII - FREMONT VILLAGE DISTRICT ORDINANCE 

1.1 Purpose: To preserve the area around Route 107 between Black 
Rocks Village and the Fremont Library as the traditional and actual 
Town Center. This area is bordered by Map 3 Lot 22, Map 3 Lot 149, 
Map 2 Lot 163 and Map 2 Lot 35. The purpose of this ordinance is to 
establish special conditions which when satisfied would allow, 
through design guidelines , mixed uses of retail, professional 
offices , and residential in the Town Center. The Planning Board is 
hereby empowered and authorized to administer this ordinance in 
conjunction with the Board of Selectmen and Building Official(s) of 
the Town of Fremont. 

1.2 Uses Permitted: Subject to Site Plan approval as provided in the 
Fremont Site Plan Regulations: Small retail shops, with a footprint 
not larger than seven thousand (7,000) square feet for a single 
structure, eating and drinking establishments where consumption is 
primarily intended to be on the premises , professional offices , 
schools , banks, bakeries , civic, public, institutional facilities , 
medical offices , clinics , single and townhouse residential uses and 
personal services , such as, hairdressers . Nearly all of the Village 
District is within the Aquifer Protection District ; therefore uses 
that are prohibited within the Aquifer Protection District are also 
prohibited within the Village District , where these two areas 
overlap. 



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1.3.1 There shall be a minimum seventy- five (75') feet natural 
buffer, of vegetation supplemented by evergreen trees and landscaped 
berms, where the non-residential uses within the Village District 
abuts residential uses outside the District. 

1.3.2 Existing buildings, with historical significance, as 
recommended within the Fremont Master Plan in conjunction with 
recommendations from the Fremont Historical Society, shall be 
preserved and reused for permitted uses. 

1.3.3 Buildings shall be designed and sited to maintain views and 
vistas . 

1.3.4 Non-conforming lots within the Village District can not be made 
smaller. 

1.4 Development Standards: Development standards shall be prescribed 
in the Planning Board Site Plan Review Regulations . 

The Planning Board recommends this article. 

YES - 360 NO - 122 BLANKS - 14 Article passed by ballot vote. 

ARTICLE 4: By petition: "Shall the Town of Fremont NH vote to allov^ absentee ballot voting 
at the aniiual Town Meeting by adopting all the provisions of RSA 40:13 (SB2, 'Official Ballot 
Votu-ig' Law) on all issues before the Town of Fremont NH?" 

The Board of Selectmen do not recommend this article. 

YES -223 NO -265 BLANKS -8 Article defeated by ballot vote. 

Needed 293 votes to pass by required 3/5 majority. 

SECOND SESSION: SATURDAY MARCH 18, 2006 TO BE HELD AT THE ELLIS SCHOOL 
AT 432 MAIN STREET IN FREMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE 
TIME: 5:00 PM 

At 5:00 pm at EUis School on Saturday March 18, 2006 the second session of the Fremont Town 
Meeting came to order at Ellis School. Present were Assistant Town Moderator Annmarie 
Scribner, Selectmen Gene Cordes, Peter Bolduc, Donald Gates Jr; Town Clerk Lori Holmes, 
Deputy town Clerk Kathy Arsenault, Town Administrator Heidi Carlson; and approximately 
170 townspeople. 

Scribner indicated that Town Moderator Ray Bernier was ill. Scribner called the meeting to 
order at 5:05 and announced it was the second session of the Fremont Town Meeting. She 
asked Chief Janvrin to lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance. The Pledge was followed by a 
moment of silence held for our military troops currently serving. 



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She introduced the head table which also included Town Attorney John Ryan, in addition to 
those persons listed in paragraph one above. 

Scribner read the Rules of Order for the meeting: 

To vote you must be a registered voter with the Town of Fremont 

The meeting is to be fair and everyone is to be treated equally 

All remarks are to be made through the Moderator. 

If you wish to speak, raise your hand or go to the microphone and the Moderator will 

recognize you. Go to the microphone and state your name for the record and ask your 

question. 
If you would like to speak, but you have already spoken, let other people with 

questions have an opportunity for a first question. 
There will be a four minute time-limit on questions or comments per person. 
All speakers must be courteous. 1 will not allow personal attacks or inappropriate 

language. 
If there is an amendment on the floor, we will resolve it before we entertain another 

amendment. 
No inappropriate remarks or inconsiderate behavior will be tolerated. 
Action on any amendment will be resolved prior to action on any other amendment. 
When a motion to call the question is made and seconded that ends discussion of the 

main motion. This is not debatable and requires a two-thirds vote. 

RSA 40:10 allows a vote to be protected against reconsideration. After any vote passes at a 
meeting, the meeting may then vote to restiict reconsideration of that prior vote or article. If 
the vote to restrict reconsideration passes, the vote or warrant article that is subject to the 
restriction is, until final adjournment of that meeting. 

Scribner read the results of the voting session for Town Officers, which was held at the first 
session of the meeting, on Tuesday March 14, 2006. This is also posted and available on the 
Town's website. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 5: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of one million dollars ($1,000,000) for the purchase of land or other property interests therein to 
protect the Town's rural character and natural resources by conserving land; not more than one 
million dollars ($1,000,000) of such sum to be raised through the issuance of bonds or notes 
under and iii compliance with the Municipal Finance Act, RSA 33:1 et seq, as amended; to 
authorize the Selectmen to apply for, obtain and accept federal, state or other aid, if any, which 
may be available for said project and to comply with all laws applicable to said project; to 
authorize the Selectmen to issue, negotiate, sell and deliver said bonds and notes and to 
determine the rate of interest thereon and the maturitv and other terms thereof; and to 
authorize the Selectmen to take any other action or to pass any other vote relative thereto. 
Said bonds/ notes will be issued on an as needed basis, to acquire easements or ownership for 
open space on parcels as recommended by the Conservation Commission, with the approval of 
the Board of Selectmen in accordance with the provisions of RSA 36-A:4. The Selectmen and 
the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (2/3 ballot vote required.) 



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Gene Cordes moved the question. Reese Bassett seconded. 

Gene Cordes inti-oduced the article and inti-oduced Janice O'Brien of the Open Space 
Committee to further discuss it. 

She said this article is similar to those brought forward in the past two years, for the purpose of 
preserviiig land for open space in Fremont. She explained that the Open Space Committee has 
been working for several years on a solid criteria and filter through that, any land which comes 
forward for consideration. She said that 70 towns from the lakes region south, have 
appropriated $126 Million dollars in the past couple of years for open space preservation. 

She indicated that the period of time between 2003 and 2005 resulted in 175 building permits 
being issued in Fremont for new dwellings, a trend schedule very likely to continue into the 
foreseeable future. 

If we were to use the $1,000,000 in the first year, (which is unlikely), the bond impact would be 
$0.26 per $1000 valuation on the tax rate in 2007. She gave examples of what this meant in 
terms of certaiii assessed valuations on a weekly or annual basis. 

O'Brien said that for her it is a quality of life issues. She said the ability to save land will allow 
us to keep the quality and quantity of our water supply, areas for wildlife to flourish, and 
preserve open lands in Fremont. 

She then iiitroduced co-chair of the Open Space Committee Kemi Jones. 

Jones said that he understands people who have been here before understand the issues related 
to open space. He explained that studies have shown that the town spends more money when 
houses get built than if land is conserved. Studies show that $1 iii taxes cost $1.04 in services 
versus $0.36 in services driven by undeveloped land. He said it makes good firiancial sense. 
He added that smce 1990 population has increased 60% and we are building 30 houses per year 
since 1990. 

He explained the process whereby properties are brought to the attention of the committee, 
they look at them, they have a third party do an appraisal; before bringing it to the 
Conservation Commission and Board of Selectmen. All of these meetings are open to the 
public. 

Jones said that last year a bond was passeci to purchase Glen Oakes, but this year they have not 
come forward with specific properties, but it does not always work out to the schedule of 
landowners deciding to sell their land. With regard to the Glen Oakes purchase, the 
Committee did get a $50,000 grant from the NH State Conservation Commission and a $20,000 
grant from the NH Trails Bureau. This saved taxpayers $70,000 in the original bond. 

Jones highlighted that in the last few years Chester appropriated $150,000 to have in their 
"bank" and got $75,000 from a federal grant. He said that none of those grants were available 
for Fremont to get because we did not have matching funds available. 



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Kimberly Jones said that passing this bond is a good idea, and would allow us to apply for 
matching money from the federal government. She said that if you look at the 20 year bond, 
the yearly increases in taxes go down over the 20 years, and then it is gone for good. The cost 
of development costs the town forever. 

Reese Bassett called the quesrion. Gene Cordes seconded. The body got up to begin voting. 
Moderator Scribner amiounced that the polls were open for ballot votiiig on Article 5 at 5:25 
pm. There was approximately a 30 minute recess while the majority of those present got 
through the votiiig line. 

Lori Holmes moved to move Article 20 to be the next article to vote on. Gene Cordes seconded 
the motion. The vote was approved. The Moderator then announced that she has received a 
properly signed petition to have Article 20 to voted on by written ballot. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 20: By Petition: To see if the Town will vote to approve to 
combirie all fire personiiel and function and all emergency medical services personnel and 
function, including the existing "Fast Squad" iiito a single Fire Department under the 
supervision of the Fire Chief to start the Monda\' after the annual Town Meeting helci in 2007. 
(Majorits' vote requireci). 

Peter Bolduc moved Article 20. Gene Cordes seconded. 

Tim Lindeman, representing the Fremont Rescue Squad, read a statement. He stated he is a 
full-time paramedic and was speaking to give the position of the Rescue Squad on the current 
warrant article. He said that there is no plan in place on how to merge, and as a group of 
medically h'ained professionals, they do not believe this is the best option. 

He indicated that joint trainirigs are beneficial but each specialt}' (EMS and Fire) needs to focus 
on their specialized areas of training individually as well. He said that the squad makes sure 
the conimunity is cared for in terms of medical crisis, and that they have systems in place now, 
which are followed and working well. He said a majorit}' of calls are medical in nature, and 
that having a joint department in other communities means that a fire truck and medical 
responders converge on the scene, and that this will cause an increase in the level of confusion 
for rescuers and the patient alike. 

He said that many fire persomiel are not trained in medical care and do not want to be. 

He said that with an overall population growing ui number of elderly citizens, that confusion 
just adds to their medical issue at the time of an emergency call. 

He indicated that the Fire Chief has gone on record as saying he does not want to oversee 
medical operations. He further stated that the Fire Department Training Officer has gone on 
record indicating he only wants to help at a fire scene, but not the middle of the night medical 
aid calls. 

He said that the Fremont Rescue Squad has gone, does go, and will continue to go, to that call 
m the middle of the night. He said that their current relationship with the Fire Department is a 



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good one, and that they work together on scenes where joint responses are needed, but feel a 
"takeover" will result in a conflict in patient care. 

He said they are worried about a fire officer ordering medical care that is against protocol. He 
said the have a need for properly trained medical personnel, and their doors are open to 
anyone who wants to join. 

He said that if combined in the future for full-time employment, firefighters will need to take 
EMS tiaining, which could cost as much as $7,000 to $10,000 for Paramedic school; and that an 
EMT-Basic class costs $800 to $1,000 per person. 

He said that EMS will have to have their budget approved by the Fire Chief; that they do not 
pretend to know what the fire department needs and do not believe the Fire Departinent 
knows what they need. 

He feels that one entity (the FD) having total contiol over two aspects of emergency services is 
not appropriate and that each agency should be allowed to grow independently. 

Brett Hunter came to the microphone next. He said he is a Lieutenant on the Fire Department, 
an EMT-B on the Rescue Squad, and served as Chairman of the Fire / Rescue Combination 
Study Committee. He thanked every member who commits their time to fire and EMS service. 
He also thanked the committee members for their service on the study committee. 

He provided a summary of the request for the study, initially requested by the Budget 
Committee during the 054-05 budget process to see if there would be a cost savings. Following 
that, the Board of Selectmen began to prepare for the question of combining services, and 
authorized a study to be done in the summer of 2005. Committee members considered the 
advantages and disadvantages, but it was not their intent to provide a recommendation for the 
combination. They presented their report to the Board of Selectmen. 

The Committee's analysis of the advantages and disadvantages were based on interviews, 
observation, and raw data, obtained from several local departments near to Fremont. Hunter 
said they talked to EMT's, fire fighters. Deputy Fire Chiefs, and State Officials, includiiig the 
State Fire Marshal. 

They developed a questionnaire to gather information covering topics such as economics, 
budgetary considerations, receiving grants, training costs, membership cross tiaining, morale, 
quality of service, and overall improvement of resources. 

Hunter provided a brief summary of the benefits of having one department, some of which 
included an increased pooling of resources, one department, a siiigle perspective, economies of 
scale related to tiaining, prevention, and communications; a larger presence on scene to 
complement personnel who are cross tiained, better incident accountability, a combination of 
the reimbursement pay schedules, increased access to funding sources, consolidated grant 
writing. 

He indicated that there would continue to be an increased demand for services with the growth 
of the town, including someday having full-time employees. 

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Marian Guidoboni asked a question about responding to calls, if they were combined would 
someone from each agency respond. Kevin Zukas said no to the question, that response was 
based upon the need and type of call. 

Kevin Zukas indicated if the departments do combine, that it does not necessarily change who 
needs to respond to a call, untrained firefighters do not respond to medical calls, and you need 
to have a state license to respond to an EMS call. We do not need to train paramedics here 
because we work with a hospital that supplies a medic 24 hours a day if we don't get one from 
our ambulance service in Raymond. He feels that the whole idea with combining is 
streamlining the process so we would have one emergency service department, one leader, 
retain a leacier for the rescue to go to the Fire Chief as a liaison; and that the head of the rescue 
operations will communicate with the Fire Chief. Zukas said that he thinks this is what the 
rescue needs, EMS neecis this and fire needs this. ' 

Chris Braid talked about streamlining and understanding that, and ciiscussed reasons to join, 
and that they will still have the same line items as a budget. He talkeci about people dedicated 
to EMS, and suggested looking along the lines of trying to look at the pros and cons for all 
options of joining. 

He said that man\' of the rescue members are medical professional outside of EMS, indicating 
that he is a healthcare professional, an occupational therapist and his wife is a nurse, and they 
both volunteer. 

He said working on ambulances and in EMS is a tough job to do 8 hours and then to be a 
volunteer on top of that, requires people who care about people and will be there at the 2:00 am 
call for assistance. He further stated that the Fremont Fire Department has come a long way 
and are a great organization. He said that Rescue has come a long way too. 

He said rescue members are clinicians, and that they know pathology. They are required to do 
a certain amount of continuing education (24 hours per year) as well as complete bi-aniiual 
refresher training programs. 

He said he did not feel it was a good idea for the town right now without a plan in place, he 
feels honestly no, that it is not the thing to do right now. 

Representative Dan Itse questioned if they found any negatives in the study. Brett Hunter said 
no, and said that one of the departments that they did study, thought they would uncombine, 
and they did so, and then recombined. 

Reese Bassett asked some questions indicating he was confused about why their 
professionalism is compromised by streamlining the operations, and if this happens then 
rescue members are going to bail out if the departments are combined. He said his second 
question was how does the supervisorv chain work now within the rescue? He outlined the 
police supervisory chain and asked how it occurs within the rescue currently. 

Kyle Murdock answered the questions regarding streamlining: that no matter how you look at 
it they are two separate things, EMS has nothing to do with the fire service, even thought a lot 
of departments are combined and have EMS workers, they are two different things. He 

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discussed streamliniiig and questioned putting all of the emergency services in one 
organization with a single chain of command. He indicated that the EMS President answers to 
the Selectmen. 

He said that combining it will do nothing but combine the department and have the Chief 
report to the Selectmen. He feels it is the same people doing the same job except they are 
answering to someone who does not want to have anything to do with EMS. If people want to 
join either department they can, EMT's who have no interest in doing fire department work 
should not have to. 

If you combine, Murdock said he believes it will force people to be involved in things they 
don't want to. He stated that NH statute allows the Selectmen to choose tlie way that your 
officials will be elected or appointed. This can include being appointed by the Selectmen; 
elected by the people; or allow a leader to be elected by their membership. Currently the 
membership of the rescue elects their leader. 

Dick Heselton, the Fire Chief, said it would be taking on more work, anci that the survey was 
independent and included fire and EMS people. He said the committee did a good job and 
spent a lot of time on it. If it happens, he said he will do the best he can to make it a smooth 
ti'ansition. 

He said they are fortunate during the day to have a few people available for the Fire 
Department. He said that the Rescue members can recommend who they want to be their 
leader, and that we have a whole year to work these problems out and tiy and make it a 
smooth transition but it will probably be a bumpy road. 

He mentioned that the other night the Fire Department went to Sandown, and the rescue 
members were there with the fire department. He said it was a nice feeling to have the rescue 
people helping out at the fire call, hydra ted and helping to change airpacks. 

Heselton said that when the time comes that we have to go to full time that it will make the 
transition easier if people are cross-tiained. 

The Moderator announced that Polls are now closed for Article 5. The time was 6:30 pm. 

Neal Janvrin said he had served on the committee and was proud to do it. He said they found 
that every town who was combined found that it worked, and if you did not want to be tiained 
one way or the other, that was fine. He said that they found improvements in accountability, 
the budget process, and ti'aining. Janvrin feels that in three to five years, day time help will 
need to go to full-time, where hired people man the fire station during the day. He feels you 
can't have people working for two different bosses, and he recommended passage of the 
article. 

Janvrin further stated that all of the emergency services consider our job description and 
mission is to protect life and property. 

Meredith Bolduc called the question and Reese Bassett seconded. The vote was approved. 



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Kyle Murdock moved to allow the last person to speak. Chris Braid seconded. Vickie 
Murdock had been waiting for the microphone. The group voted to allow her to speak. 

Vickie Murdock said she is the Town's Emergency Management Director as well as an EMT on 
the rescue squad, and was formerly a member of the Fire Department. She said there are two 
different departments, and she believes the Fire Chief has no interest in doing the combination 
to iriclude EMS. She feels that the members currently have made rescue what it is in the past 
five years, committed their time, late hours at night, and training. If this is about morale, why 
wasn't it done five years ago when rescue was much smaller, and more in need of help. 

She said she quit the Fire Department for personal reasons, and has helped to make the rescue 
what it is now. She believes there is no reason we can't wait for a few years to have two full 
time people who work for the fire chief, we don't need to combine them to do this. She 
believes that 80% of the people on rescue are against this article. 

The group also allowed Steve Toohey Sr to speak. He indicated he has lived in Fremont for 
over 20 years as far as he knows he is the oldest member of the departments combined. He 
came on the rescue squad within two years of it being formed. 

He said when it was formed over 20 years ago, the purpose of Fremont Rescue (then called a 
FAST Squad) when it was started was to provide basic first aid before Raymond Ambulance 
arrived or the paramedics from Exeter Hospital. Fremont Rescue has grown to having many 
EMT's and paramedics; although currently paramedic service is not provided by Fremont 
Rescue. 

Toohey feels that the rescue is not meeting their full obligation, and if a caller dials 911 during 
the day, they may only get a response from Raymond Ambulance because many rescue 
members are working. If we combine them, tlie FD gets 3-5 people to attend calls during the 
day. 

The Moderator interrupted the discussion indicating that it was becoming negative. Toohey 
ended by saying he supports the combination. 

The question has been called and seconded and the vote was affirmative to open the polls. The 
polls were announced open and as soon as voting is completed, the meeting will be resumed. 

The meeting was recessed while people voted on Article 20. 

The Moderator read the results of Article 5: YES 115 NO 51 

The article needed 110 to pass by the required ^3 majority. The Moderator announced that 

Article 5 passes. 

Kimberly Jones moved to not reconsider Article 5. Gene Cordes seconded. The vote to not 
reconsider Article 5 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read article ARTICLE 6: To hear the report of the Budget Committee and take 
any action the Town deems necessary. 



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Gene Cordes moved the article and Anne Beliveau seconded. 

Kevin Zukas spoke for the Budget Committee, indicating that the Department Heads had gone 
through their budget with a share pencil this year. He said budgets did go up somewhat this 
year, and that fuels costs were astronomical as everyone knows. This is the first year payment 
on the Glen Oakes land, and the budgets included 3% cost of living increases. 

There was no further discussion. Article 6 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 7: To see what sum of money the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate for general municipal operations, exclusive of all other warrant articles. The 
Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend two million three hundred twenty-nine 
thousand nine hundred forty-six dollars ($2,329,946). (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Anne Beliveau seconded. There was no discussion. Gene 
Cordes called the question, Anne Beliveau seconded. The vote to call the question passed by 
voice vote. 

There was no further discussion. Article 7 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 8: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) for the purchase of playground equipment and 
installation for completion of the playground project at Fremont Memorial Fields at 563 Main 
Sti-eet and to authorize the withdrawal of up to twelve thousand nine hundred dollars 
($12,900) from the Playground Equipment & Construction at Memorial BalLfield Capital 
Reserve Fund; and further to authorize the withdrawal of up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) 
from the Playgrounci Special Revenue Fund. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee 
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Anne Beliveau seconded. 

Jeff Rowell from the Parks & Recreation Commission provided some information on this 
article. He said that in 2003 the Commission first brought this before the voters and it did not 
pass. They needed to do more fundraising, which they have been doing for the past three 
years. In the last two years, voters put away $12,500 in the capital reserve fund, and they are 
asking for that to be released. They continue to fundraise, and are asking here for the balance 
to be appropriated to get the playground done. He asked voters for their support. 

There was no further discussion. Article 8 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) to be placed in existing Capital Reserve Funds for the 
following purposes. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. 
(Majority vote required.) 

a. Police Cruiser $10,000 

b. Radio Communication Equipment $5,000 

c. Fire Truck $12,500 



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d. Highway Equipment $7,500 

e. Highway Building $15,000 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. There was no discussion. Anne 
Beliveau called the question. Reese Bassett seconded. The vote to call the question passed by 
voice vote. 

There was no further discussion. Article 9 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 10: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be placed in the existing Property Revaluation 
Capital Reserve Fund. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this 
appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. 

Gene Cordes explained that there is an already existing capital reserve fund for this, and we 
just had a revaluation. We are now on a five year cycle for a revaluation and in 2010 we will 
need to do it again. This puts the money away in savings for the revaluation to be completed 
in 2010. 

There was no further discussion. Article 10 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 11: To see if the Town will vote to create a Capital Reserve Fund 
for the purpose of renovating the Fremont Town Hall and further to raise and appropriate the 
sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) to be placed in said fund. The Selectmen and the 
Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Anne Beliveau seconded. 

Gene Cordes indicated that this was to establish a fund to be able to do future renovations at 
the Town Hall. The land use boards and code enforcement officer are using it, and the heating 
system is quite antiquated. At some point there will be a need to do renovations down there. 

There was no further discussion. Article 11 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 12: To see if the Town will vote to create an expendable trust 
fund under the provisions of RSA 31:19-a to be known as the Town Buildings Repair and 
Maintenance Fund, for the purpose of repairing and maintaining town buildings, to designate 
the Board of Selectmen as agents of said fund, and to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000) to be placed in said fund. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee 
recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required). 

Peter Bolduc moved the article. Gene Cordes seconded. 

Gene Cordes explained that this article would be spent at the direction of the Selectmen. He 
indicated that we do not annuallv budget for anv catastrophic problems which could occur in 



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any of the town buildings. The Board does not want to put it in the operating budget every 
year, but would have this available if something was to break or go wrong. 

There was no discussion. Article 12 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read the results of Article 20: YES 90 NO 64 

The article needed only a simple majority and the Moderator declared it passed by ballot 

vote. 

David Barker moved to restrict reconsideration of Article 20. Lori Holmes seconded. The 
vote to not reconsider passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 13: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of twenty-eight thousand eight hundred six dollars ($28,806) to purchase and equip a new 
utility vehicle for the Fremont Police Department and to authorize the withdrawal of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000) from the OHRV Special Revenue Fund to offset the purchase price. 
The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote 
required.) 

Anne Beliveau moved the article. Gary Peters seconded. 

Chief Janvrin read a statement about use of the SUV and said there are a number of roads in 
Fremont not accessible without a four wheel drive vehicle, and it was used as a tow vehicle for 
the proactive ATV patrols, and is used as a command post. 

Janvrin said that back in 1996 he was fortunate to obtain an Army surplus Chevrolet blazer for 
$5 that was 11 years old when he got it, has been totaled twice in accidents and babied along, 
and now is a maintenance nightmare, recently declared unfit for road use. 

There were no further questions or discussion. Article 13 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 14: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of three thousand four hundred twelve dollars ($3,412) for the purchase of equipment to 
supplement the OHRV Patrol, including full face helmets, rider safety goggles, ATV safety 
goggles, safety gloves, point blank vests, radio com ports, and further to authorize the 
withdrawal of three thousand four hundred twelve dollars ($3,412) from the Police Department 
OHRV Equipment Special Revenue Fund for said purchase. The Selectmen and the Budget 
Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Don Gates seconded. 

Reese Bassett spoke to this article indicating that the article does not cost the taxpayers at all. It 
is funded from a self-perpetuating fund raised through a portion of the summonses issued on 
the trails, which is about 68% of the fine amount received back from the state of NH. This is 
put into an equipment fund. Last year they purchased gear for about half of the officers, and 
this finishes it for remaining officers. So far this year, their patrols are up and the statistics with 
complaints are down. The trails are becoming safer and quieter. He indicated the department 
has a sound meter now as well. Their directed patrols range from 4 to 8 hours. 



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Bassett stated that so far this year they have made 259 OHRV stops on 13 shifts, issuing 19 
summonses. He said the patrols are very active and asked for support on this article. 

There was no discussion. The vote on Article 14 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 15: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of sixt}'-one thousand six hundred forty-three dollars ($61,643) to shim and overlay 
paving, and do finish shoulder work on 2,000 feet of each of the following roads: North Road, 
South Road, and Sandown Road. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this 
appropriation. (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. 

Road Agent Guerwood Holmes referred to page 30 of the Town Report, outlining the road 
sections to be addressed this year. He said that they will do most of South Road; that North 
Road is not that bad and can be shimmed for the most part; and South and Sandown Roads 
will be shimmed and overlaid. 

There was no discussion. Article 15 passed by voice vote. 

ARTICLE 16: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty thousand 
dollars ($30,000) to begin a Public Health Mosquito control Program and fund the program for 
one year. The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority 
vote required.) 

Peter Bolduc moved the article. Don Gates seconded. 

Gene Cordes spoke to this article, iiidicating that a lot of concern had been raised last year in 
the summer about EEE and concern about mosquito problems. The Board has obtained a 
couple of proposals and brought it forward for the people to consider. 

It was pointed out that there were some 20 incidents of human infection of EEE in the US last 
year; and seven were in NH. 

Rockingham County is considered (along with some of the southern areas of other counties) 
where the threat is the greatest. The focus on the programs is to get the larvae to get the 
mosquitoes before they come about. Several towns around us are also proposing to do it this 
year. 

Tyrrell Albaugh said the link to the UNH extension service article (from the Town's website) 
was good and had a lot of pertinent information. (Some paper copies were also available at 
the meeting). 

Philip Peterson talked about a truck coming out spraying on Martin Road some years ago. He 
said he feels that the birds need something to eat, if we do spray that it does not need to come 
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Christine France said that she lives near the Beede Hill Road swamp and it is quite mosquito 
infested. She said in looking over the Dragon Mosquito proposal that there is a hazardous 
portion of it that can be a skin and eye irritant and needs to be properly ventilated when used. 

There was concern expressed about making sure the Town used something that is organic, 
such as Bti which is a natural enzyme. 

Aruie Beliveau expressed concern about using any chemical product and asked to restrict the 
town to using organic materials. Anne Beliveau then moved to amend Article 16 to allow the 
Town to use only Bti for mosquito control. Maria Knee seconded. 

The vote to amend article 16 to restrict it to only using Bti passed by voice vote. 

Tom Fontana discussed organic farming and provisions to allow for an exception that the 
spraying would not be used if property owners to say they don't want any spraying near their 
property. 

Cordes added that if there is an outbreak and the Town needs to do something, the funding 
mechanism needs to be in place. 

Heidi Carlson was given permission by the body to speak to the article. Part of the proposals 
includes a monitoring system. The proposals include a full mosquito contiol program, from 
investigating where the mosquitoes are and what they may be carrying, to larviciding, to 
spraying in the late parts of the season as necessary. 

It is simply not that feasible for wide-scale spraying, and the State of NH does not simply 
approve permits that just look at spraying. 

There was discussion about a chemical adulticide product that may be used. 

Dick Heselton and Bob Larson posed questions and Heidi Carlson talked further about the two 
proposals received. 

Bill Knee said that larvicides work for a period of time, hit them where the females are, then 
knock down the number of overall population. He offered opinions about their effectiveness in 
this town, and said that he does not feel that the $30,000 would be wisely spent at this time. 

Joe Delahunty asked about how many households there were, and Carlson offered 
approximately 1,400. He then suggested for the cost of $30,000 divided per household that 
people could buy themselves a mosquito magnet. (The math was incorrectly stated at $200 per 
household, and should have been some $20 per household.) 

Kimberly Jones said she had horses and worries about them, reiterating that five of tlie EEE 
cases were from Massachusetts, so it is here. She said that every town has lost an animal of 
some kind to EEE or WNV. She said she burnt up her mosquito magnet because there are so 
many mosquitoes. She feels it is a large concern for the whole town. 



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Reese Bassett said that if one of his three kids got sick, he would personally spend this money 
to help them. He said if we don't do this and think we could have helped someone, that 
$30,000 is not a lot of money as far as he is concerned. 

George Sonia had a question about the effectiveness that shows the program is working. 
Carlson provided some basic information from the proposals about tracking and statistics 
available for next year. 

Don Miller asked about the amendment and how it might limit the Town's ability to undertake 
a program. . 

With no further discussion. Article 16 as amended passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 17: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) in support of the Community Services Council of NH. 
The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority vote 
required.) , , ■ 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. 

Dan Itse asked questions about the agency and where their funding comes from. Carlson read 
from their proposal about each of the agencies involved with the Community Services Council, 
and outlined some of the services provicied in terms of her contact as the Welfare Director. 

There was no further discussion. Article 17 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 18: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of seven thousand five hundred sixty-five dollars ($7,565) to purchase a Kustom Signal 
Speed Monitoring Trailer. This purchase to be offset by acceptance of a grant from the NH 
Highway Safety Council in the amount of three thousanci seven huncired eighty-two dollars 
($3,782). The Selectmen and the Budget Committee recommend this appropriation. (Majority 
vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. 

Chief Janvrin stated that the Fremont Police Department has received an increasing number of 
calls about speed iri Fremont. He said that speed complaints are their largest source of 
complaints and they have identified Beede Hill Road, Main Street, North Road and South Road 
as problem areas. 

Janvrin indicated the department statistics for vehicle stops, warnings, and summonses. He 
also said that the majority of the accidents reported are due to speed. Most of the department's 
time is spent responding to calls, making proactive patrol a seconclary issue. 

Janvrin said their plan was to put the trailer in troublesome areas and give people a friendly 
warning. Janvrin said he has applied for and been granted a safety grant that will reimburse 
the Town $3,872 if the town votes to approve the article. 



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There was no discussion. Article 18 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 19: To see if the Town will vote to modify the elderly 
exemptions from property tax in the Town of Fremont based on assessed value, for qualified 
taxpayers, to be as follows: for a person 65 years of age up to 75 years $50,000; for a person 75 
years of age up to 80 years $70,000; for a person 80 years of age or older $90,000. To qualify, 
the person must have been a new Hampshire resident for at least 5 consecutive years, own the 
real estate individually or jointly, or if the real estate is owned by such person's spouse, they 
must have been married to each other for at least 5 consecutive years. In addition, the taxpayer 
must have a net income in each applicable age group of not more than $25,000 or, if married, a 
combined net income of less than $35,000; and own net assets not in excess of $45,000 
excluding the value of the person's residence. The Selectmen recommend this appropriation. 
(Majority vote required). 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. 

Gene Cordes explained that with the recent revaluation, the exemptions allowed by past town 
meeting decisions are too low, based on the new valuations. This proposal doubles the existing 
amount of the exemption because the value of property just about doubled with the 
revaluation. 

There was no discussion. Article 19 passed by voice vote. 

Anne Beliveau moved to restrict reconsideration of all articles up to 19. Gary Peters 
seconded and the vote was approved by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 21: To see if the Town will vote to accept deeded title to Treaty 
Court and Dakota Drive as designated on Plans # D-28735, D-30612, and D-31959 from Francis 
McCarthy/ Dakota Realty Trust, with a two year maintenance bond to be held by the Town in 
the amount of $50,000. (Majority vote required.) 

Gene Cordes moved the article. Peter Bolduc seconded. 

Guerwood Holmes said that all of the roads identified in Article 21, 22, and 23 are ready to be 
accepted, and that the Town has good regulations and standards on new roads, and has an 
engineer who oversees the roads. 

There was no discussion. Article 21 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 22: To see if the Town will vote to accept deeded title to Susan's 
Way as designated on Plan # D-30914 from Ernest Brown/ Springbrook Realty Trust, with a 
two year maintenance bond to be held by the Town in the amount of $10,500. (Majority vote 
required.) 

Peter Bolduc moved the article. Lori Holmes seconded. 

There was no discussion. Article 22 passed by voice vote. 



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Peter Bolduc moved the article. Gary Peters seconded. 

There was no discussion. Article 23 passed by voice vote. 

The Moderator read ARTICLE 24: To transact any other business that may legally come before 
this meeting. 

Gary Peters moved the article. Dan Itse seconded. Article 24 passed by voice vote. 

PhiKp Peterson said that he appreciated the efforts of Heidi Carlson for keeping things in order 
at the Town Hall. 

Anne Beliveau moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:15 pm. Lori Holmes seconded. The group 
overwhelmingly voted in the affirmative. 

Respectfully submitted. 




Ol-HtLcP^ 



Lori A Holmes 
Town Clerk 

Minutes were taken and transcribed by Heidi Carlson. 




Deputy Town Clerk Kathy Arsenault and Town Clerk Lori Holmes 
Photo courtesy of Heidi Carlson 



65 



SUMMARY OF INVENTORY VALUATION 

CATEGORY ACRES VALUATION 



Land, Improved & Unimproved 
Current Use Land 
Commercial Land 
Buildings 

Manufactured Housing 
Commercial Buildings 
Public Utilities 



Blind Exemptions 
Elderly Exemptions 

NET VALUATION FOR TAX RATE 

Less Public Utilities 

Net Valuation for School Education Tax Rate 



3131.87 


136,410,106.00 


6173.52 


638,299.00 


513.24 


9,626,100.00 




237,789,950.00 




8,741,900.00 




18,798,050.00 




4,542,700.00 


1 


15,000.00 


16 


1,200,000.00 




415,332,105.00 




4,542,700.00 


ite 


410,789,405.00 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND TAXES ASSESSED 



Net Town Appropriations 
Net Local School Budget 
Less: Equitable Education Grant 

State Education Taxes 
State Education Taxes 
County Tax 
Total Town, School (Local & State), County 



1,317,000.00 

7,941,038.00 
(1,198,391.00) 

(929,261.00) 
929,261.00 
348,868.00 

8,408,515.00 



War Service Credits 



Property Taxes to be Raised 



-82,000.00 
8,326,515.00 



Total Assessment $7,479,254 divided by $415,332,105 Net Assessed Valuation 

Plus Total State School Assessment $929,261 divided by $410,789,405 Assessed Value with no utilities 

Equals Total Tax Rate of $20.27 per $1 ,000 of valuation 



LOCAL SCHOOL RATE 14.00 
STATE SCHOOL RATE 2.26 



TOWN RATE 
COUNTY RATE 



3.17 
0.84 



66 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS & EXPENDITURES 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2006 



GENERAL GOVERMrAENT 

Executive 

Election & Registration 
Financial Administration 
Reappraisal of Property 
Legal Expenses 
Personnel Administration 
Plannmg & Zoning 
Gen'l Govt Buildings 
Cemeteries 
Insurance 

Advertising & Regional 
Town Reports 

PUBLIC SA.FETY 

Police Department 
Special Details 
Fire Department 
Building Inspection 
Emergency Mgmt 
Flooding Emergency 
Rescue Squad 
Ambulance 
Animal Control 

HIGHWAYS & STREETS 

Highiway Maintenance 
Street Lighting 

SANITATION 

Solid Waste Disposal 
Solid Waste Collection 

I PnHff)' (^ lioc I ird/Toctirn-i 

HEALTH & WELFARE 

Healtti 

Social Service Agencies 

Direct Assistance 

CULTURE & RECREAVON 

Library 

Parks & Recreation 
Patriotic Purposes 
Conservation Commission 

DEBT SERVICE 

Interesf Expensa TAN 
Principal Long Term Notes 
Interest Long Term Notes 



AMOUNT 


RECEIPTS 


EXPENDED 


UNEXP 


OVER 


ENCUM- 




& REIMB 




BALANCE 


DRAFTS 


BERED 


148,566 


729,258 75 


137,007 36 


11,558 64 


000 





9,535 


125 00 


8,132 78 


1,402.22 


000 





39,545 


32,960 69 


38,336 78 


1,208 22 


000 





40,420 


00 


40,886.10 


00 


466 10 





15,000 


00 


11,91228 


3,087 72 


0.00 





166,100 


00 


157,297 16 


8.802 84 


0.00 





53.985 


20,018.58 


45,756 83 


8.228 17 


0.00 





73,920 


925 00 


68,670 15 


5.24985 


0.00 





8,736 


3,60000 


7,715.40 


1.020.60 


0.00 





28,950 


00 


30,033 90 


000 


1.083.90 





5,900 


0.00 


5,898,62 


1 38 


00 





11,000 


00 


9,421 86 


1,578 14 


00 





323,625 


1,561 14 


314,968 14 


8,656 86 


000 





40,000 


45,673 52 


32,85358 


7,146.42 


00 





122,005 


5,185.91 


106,342 75 


15,662 25 


0.00 





48,976 


26,701 25 


44,565.53 


4,41047 


00 





4,250 


000 


3,311 33 


938.67 


0.00 








45,618.34 


43,394 32 


000 


43.394.32 




33,755 


000 


24,389 22 


9.36578 


000 





5,000 


00 


5,000 00 


0.00 


000 





8,539 


00 


3,726.12 


4.812 88 


000 





297,515 


94,949 85 


288,740.05 


8.77495 


000 





3.780 


0.00 


3,778.13 


1.87 


56222 





128,689 


2,304 50 


130,86002 


000 


2.171.02 





123,518 


0.00 


123.517.92 


0.08 


0.00 





500 


00 


0.00 


500.00 


0.00 





2.000 


2,020.25 


3,603 44 


000 


1.603.44 





27,808 


00 


27,808 00 


00 


0.00 





13,500 


6,200 40 


14,18204 


00 


68204 





86,221 


00 


86,649 40 


00 


428 40 





52,466 


10,73450 


48,176 11 


4.289 89 


00 





2,150 


000 


2,01086 


139.14 


0.00 





4,336 


000 


4,336.00 


0.00 


000 





20,000 


23,225 10 


27,582 75 


000 


7,58275 





200,300 


000 


200,300 00 


000 


00 





138,681 


00 


108.680 


30.000 53 


00 






67 





AMOUNT 


RECEIPTS 


EXPENDED 


UNEXP 


OVER 


ENCUM- 






& REIMB 




BALANCE 


DRAFTS 


BERED 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 














Fire Truck Payment 


41,675 


00 


41,67500 


00 


0.00 





Conservation Land 


1,000,000 


70,000 00 


0.00 


000 


000 


1,000,000 


Capital Resewe Funds 


100,000 


00 


100,000 00 


0.00 


0.00 


n 


Police SUV 


28,806 


5,00000 


28,806 00 


0.00 


0.00 





Police OHRV Equipment 


3,412 


3,412 00 


3,409.19 


281 


000 





Police Speed Trailer 


7,565 


3,782 50 


7,565 00 


00 


000 





Police Taser Grant Proj 





5,93565 


5,935,65 


00 


00 





Mosquito Control 


30,000 


000 


30,000,00 


000 


000 




GGB Maint Exp Trust Fund 


10,000 


000 


10,000.00 


00 


000 





HW Road Overlays 


61,643 


00 


61,463.00 


0.00 


0.00 





Playground Equipment 


25,000 


12,900 00 


24,536.00 


464.00 


0.00 





TOTALS 


3,597,372.00 


1,139,193 


2,523,235.24 


137,304.38 


57,974.19 


1,000,000 




Emergency Services Annual Holiday Parade - December 2006 
Photo Courtesy of Jeff Morton 



68 



BALANCE SHEET DECEMBER 31 , 2006 

ASSETS 

CASH ON HAND DECEMBER 31, 2006 

CHECKING ACCOUNT 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION FUNDS 

ESCROW & PERFORMANCE BONDS ON ACCOUNT 

DONIGIAN SUBDIVISION ENGINEERING 
PJP/OLSON/GUPTILL GRAVEL ESCROW 
MDR ESCROW 

C L MAGNUSSON GRAVEL ENGINEERING BOND 
C L MAGNUSSON GRAVEL RESTORATION BOND 
GRISTMILL ROAD ESCROW & ENGINEERING 
LILAC REALTY TRUST 

ERNEST BROWN / SUSANS WAY MAINTENANCE BOND 
SPRINGBROOK REALTY / SUSANS WAY 
AT&T TOWER BOND 

SHAWN SENTER / KINGMAN COURT MAINTENANCE BOh 
GOVERNOR'S FOREST ESCROW 
DAKOTA REALTY TRUST ESCROW 
W TURNER PORTER SUBDIVISION ESCROW 
PERRY ENGINEERING / THUNDER ROAD 
MERRILL GRAVEL PIT ENGINNERING BOND 
GALLOWAY GRAVEL ENGINEERING BOND 
KEVIN BOLDUC DRIVEWAY BOND 
PJP/OLSON/GUPTILL GRAVEL PIT ENGINEERING 
DATCHET DEVELOPMENT / RISLOVES WAY 
GLEN OAKES SUBDIVISION ESCROW 
WAYNE COPP DRIVEWAY BOND 
COPPHUTCH ROAD BOND / KENNISTON LANE 
ABDALLAH CONSTRUCTING ENGINEERING ESCROW 
COOPER'S CORNER LLC ESCROW 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC ESCROW 
J T SPAULDING DRIVEWAY BOND 
WILDER EXCAVATION ENGINEERING BOND 
KASHER CORPORATION DRIVEWAY BONDS 
BLACK ROCKS VILLAGE ( LEWIS BUILDERS) 
MILL PINE VILLAGE 
SENTER 

GOVERNOR'S FOREST GRAVEL PIT ESCROW 
GRISTMILL ROAD PHASE II ESCROW & ENGINEERING 
TOTAL PERFORMANCE & ESCROW 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 

POLICE OHRV EQUIPMENT FUND 
PARKS & RECREATION PLAYGROUND FUND 
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 

EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 

TOWN BUILDINGS REPAIR & MAINTENANCE 
TOTAL EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 



3,290,352.42 


165,377.97 


2,628.77 


45,440.78 


5,484.15 


996.72 


2,759.58 


19,632.05 


11,699.08 


3,582.79 


10,624.05 


450.00 


5,333.75 


2,200.51 


8,272.51 


9,975.77 


5,172.94 


1,001.36 


1,005.52 


1,008.54 


1,014.27 


8,928.98 


12,854.52 


1,015.79 


25,359.65 


2,322.72 


4,040.29 


18,792.12 


1,028.55 


1,028.56 


3,165.82 


5,188.09 


1,016.06 


1,528.21 


3,016.96 


14,371.56 


241,941.02 


5,669.85 


1,439.16 


7,109.01 


10,038.23 


10,038.23 



69 



ASSETS CONTINUED 

CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 

LIBRARY 97.72 

POLICE CRUISER 20,207.35 

HIGHWAY BUILDING 75,987.82 

REVALUATION 25,901.87 

Fl RE APPARATUS 69, 1 90.56 

RADIO COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 34,673.36 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT VEHICLE 20,534.92 

RESCUE VEHICLE 2,262.17 

HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT 22,327.23 

PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR MEMORIAL FIELDS 444.03 

TOWN HALL RENOVATIONS 25,095.66 

TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVES 296,722.69 

SCHOOL IMPACT FEE FUNDS 

SCHOOL IMPACT FEES Balance as of 12/31/2006 143,003.31 

TOTAL SCHOOL IMPACT FEES 143,003.31 

UNREDEEMED TAXES 

LEVY OF 2003 2,185.90 

LEVY OF 2004 38,216.84 

LEVY OF 2005 74,550.21 

UNCOLLECTED TAXES 

LEVY OF 2006 - PROPERTY TAX 533,31 5.34 

LEVY OF 2006 - YIELD TAX 28.80 

LEVY OF 2006 - LAND USE CHANGE TAX 142,850.00 

TOTAL OF UNREDEEMED & UNCOLLECTED TAXES 791,147.09 

GRAND TOTAL 4,945,691.74 



LIABILITIES 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

UNEXPENDED CONSERVATION COMMISSION FUNDS 165,377.97 

ESCROW BONDS ON ACCOUNT 

PERFORMANCE AND ESCROW BONDS 241,941.02 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 7,109.01 

CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS 296,722.69 

EXPENDABLE TOWN TRUST FUNDS 10,038.23 

SCHOOL IMPACT FEE FUNDS 143,003.31 

FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCE PAYABLE 3,412,647.00 

FUND BALANCE 668,852.51 

GRAND TOTAL 4,945,691.74 



70 



FREMONT, NH 

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

FOR YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 , 2006 



Uncollected Tax Beginning 






of Fiscal Year 


2006 


2005 








Property Tax 




$394,138.04 


Yield Tax 




$7.60 


Current Use 




$29,000.00 








Taxes Committed to Collector 






Property Tax 


$8,243,662.00 




Utilities 


$81,814.00 




Current Use Tax 


$200,850.00 




Yield Tax 


$1,537.87 




Excavation Tax 


$2,791.80 




Overpayment 


$19,773.45 




Penalties 




$472.50 


Interest-Property Tax 


$814.49 


$6,373.71 


Interest- Yield Tax 


$21.42 


$0.85 


Interest-Current Use 


$23.75 


$2,886.00 


Interest-Excavation Tax 


$8.88 




Returned Check Fees 


$75.00 




Total Debits 


$8,551,372.66 


$432,878.70 




Remittance to Treasurer 






During the Fiscal Year 






Property Tax 


$7,784,693.66 


$260,646.04 


Yield Tax 


$1,509.07 


$7.60 


Current Use Tax 


$58,000.00 


$29,000.00 


Excavation Tax 


$2,791.80 




Interest-Property Tax 


$814.49 


$6,373.71 


Interest-Yield Tax 


$21.42 


$0,85 


Interest-Current Use 


$23.75 


$2,886.00 


Interest-Excavation Tax 


$8.88 




Penalties 




$472.50 


Overpayments 


$19,773.45 




Returned Check Fees 


$75.00 




Conversion to Tax Lien 




$132,285.00 








Abatements/Defferals 






Property Tax 


$7,467.00 


$1,207.00 








Uncollected Taxes End of 






Fiscal Year 






Property Tax 


$533,315.34 




Yield Tax 


$28.80 




Current Use 


$142,850.00 




Total Credits 


$8,551,372.66 


$432,878.70 



71 



SUMMARY OF TAX LIEN ACCOUNTS - 12/31/2005 



Debits 


2005 


2004 


2003 


Balance of Unredeemed Tax 








Beginning of Fiscal Year 




$ 69,881.19 


$ 34,952.20 


Liens Executed 


$ 140,004.47 






interest & Costs Collected After Lien 


$ 3,648.06 


$ 5,818.76 


$ 12,154.27 


Total Debits 


$143,652.53 


$ 75,699.95 


$ 47,106.47 










Credits 








Redemptions 


$ 65,350.94 


$ 31,664.35 


$ 32,766.30 


Interest & Costs Collected After Lien 


$ 3,648.06 


$ 5,818.76 


$ 12,154.27 


Abatements During the Year 


$ 103.32 


$ 


$ 


Property Deeded to the Town 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Unredeemed Liens End of Year 


$ 74,550.21 


$ 38,216.84 


$ 2,185.90 


Total Credits 


$143,652.53 


$ 75,699.95 


$ 47,106.47 



UNREDEEMED TAX LIENS 


2005, 2004 & 2003 








Lot Number 


2005 


2004 


2003 


Blok, Albert E. 


07-080 


$1,418.46 


$1,622.78 




Bourque, Jay A. & Linda M. 


07-044 


$1,014.04 






Chiachio, George 


.1-035.05 


$125.98 






Collins, Robert 


01-067 


$3,222.29 


$5,119.43 




Coopers Corner LLC 


03-037.03 


$2,542.96 






Copp, William G. & Kathleen 


02-164.2 


$6,875.12 






Dodge, Lawrence E. 


02-137.2C 


$4,453.08 






Freeman, Bonita 


06-054 


$3,719.00 


Int 




Freeman, Bonita 


06-055 


$10.27 






Fuller, Richard W. (Estate of Ruth) 


07-118 


$1,956.99 


$3,332.14 




Hayes, Robert 


02-010 


$2,610.56 






Hoitt, Estate of Edna G. 


05-027 


$799.41 






Hoitt, Estate of Edna G. 


05-060 


$184.91 






Husson, Robin L. & Deborah L. 


03-001. 1-32B 


$1,542.86 






lacozzi, Linda Rev. 2004 Trust 


06-062.12-09 


$4,674.76 


$10,319.20 




Lourette, Lawrence L. & Nancy 


01-005 


$5,690.14 


$5,718.83 




NH Pulp& Lumber Co. Inc. 


02-162 


$11,030.52 






Pernal, Richard A. 


02-1 37.C 


Int. Only 






Randall, Roy P. & Donna M. 


07-090.003-03 


$139,57 






Randolph, Bruce K. 


05-037 


$4,619.34 


$4,301.64 




Ranfos, Robert & June 


07-017 


$2,927.40 






Rossi, William J. & Diane M. 


01-074 


$4,235.57 


$3,367.47 




Scribner Road Realty Trust 


01-066 


$1,564.86 


$802.91 




Sloan, Anne R. 


03-168 


$155.26 






St. Pierre, Daniel 


07-093 


$4,362.10 


$3,632.44 


$2,185.90 


Torromeo Trucking Co. Inc. 


06-062. 12-09A 


$4,674.76 






Total Uncollected Tax Liens 12/31/06 




$ 74,550.21 


$ 38,216.84 


$ 2,185.90 



72 



UNCOLLECTED CURRENT USE TAX LIENS 12/31/06 





Lot Number 


Amount 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-8 


$500.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-9 


$750.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-10 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-11 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-12 


$350.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-13 


$350.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-14 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-15 


$400.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1 -15-A 


$500.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-16 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-17 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-18 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-19 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-20 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-21 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-22 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-23 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-24 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-25 


$750.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-26 


$350.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-27 


$250.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-28 


$150.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-29 


$150.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-30 


$150.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-31 


$1,500.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-32 


$9,000.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-054-1-33 


$200.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-37-1 


$1,500.00 


Cooperage Forest LLC 


03-37-3 


$9,000.00 


Total Uncollected Current Use 12/31/06 




$142,850.00 



I certify that the tax information reported as of 12/31/06 is true and accurate 
to the best of my knowledge. 



Mary A. Anderson 
Tax Collector 



73 



REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 



Auto Registrations 


699,043.20 


5,786 


cars registered 


Boat Registrations 


144.28 


6 boats registered 


Title Fees 


1,820.00 


910 titles processed 


Marriage Licenses 


1,305.00 




29 licenses 


Dog Licenses 


6,593.00 




875 licenses 


Dog Fines & Summons 


2,169.00 






Filing Fees: 








Town Candidates 


6.00 




6 Candidates 


Vital Statistics Copies 


916.00 




59 copies 


UCC Fees 


870.00 






Cemetery Lots 


60.00 




1 lot 


Returned Check Fees 


225.00 







Municipal Agent Fee 13,267.50 



Mail-In Fees 



77.00 



Drege & Fill Permits 



10.00 



1 permit 



Miscellaneous 



376.02 



GRAND TOTAL 



726,882.00 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Lori A Holmes 
Town Clerk 



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75 



Treasurer's Report - Escrow & Performance Bond Accounts - Year-End 


- December 31,2006 




Beginning 
Balance 


Deposits 


Interest 


Withdrawals 


Ending 
Balance 


NH PDIP Accounts: 


Donigian 


$ 2,532.73 




$ 


120.04 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


2,628.77 


Olson 


$ 43,405.27 




$ 


2,059.51 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


45,440.78 


MDR 


$ 5,258.62 




$ 


249.53 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


5,484.15 


Magnusson GP 


$ 974.31 




$ 


46.41 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


996.72 


Bearce 


$ 9,935.37 




$ 


300.32 


$ 


(10,235.69) 


$ 


- 


Gristmill 


$ 18,765.72 




$ 


890.33 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


19,632.05 


Lilac 


$ 11,192.09 




$ 


530.99 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


11,699.08 


Ernest Brown 


$ 3,443.49 




$ 


163.30 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


3,582.79 


PD OHRV - Special Revenue 


$ 10,176.86 


$ 3,636.80 


$ 


268.19 


$ 


(8,412.00) 


$ 


5,669.85 


Buglar 


$ 8,754.40 




$ 


133.74 


$ 


(8,888.14) 


$ 


- 


AT&T 


$ 453.05 




$ 


20.95 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


450.00 


Senter 


$ 5,114.85 




$ 


242.90 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


5,333.75 


Governor's Forest 


$ 2,123.68 




$ 


100.83 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


2,200.51 


Dakota Realty 


$ 7,920.68 




$ 


375.83 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


8,272.51 


W. Turner Porter 


$ 51,523.44 




$ 


976.33 


$ 


(42,524.00) 


$ 


9,975.77 


Perry 


$ 4,961.69 




$ 


235.25 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


5,172.94 


Merrill GP 


$ 978.72 




$ 


46.64 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,001.36 


Parks & Rec - Playground 


$ 4,164.50 


$ 2,145.00 


$ 


129.66 


$ 


(5,000.00) 


$ 


1,439.16 


Galloway GP 


$ 982.69 




$ 


46.83 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,005.52 


Kevin Bolduc 


$ 985.58 




$ 


46.96 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,008.54 


PJPGP 


$ 991.08 




$ 


47.19 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,014.27 


Datchet Development 


$ 8,547.37 




$ 


405.61 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


8,928.98 


Glen Oakes 


$ 12,295.25 




$ 


583.27 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


12,854.52 


Wayne Copp 


992.57 




$ 


47.22 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,015.79 


Abdaliah 


$ 2,240.58 




$ 


106.14 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


2,322.72 


Cooper's Corner 


$ 3,880.36 




$ 


183.93 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


4,040.29 


Cooperage Forest 


$ 17,963.88 




$ 


852.24 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


18,792.12 


Copphutch 


$ 24,233.73 




$ 


1,149.92 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


25,359.65 


JT Spaulding 


$ 1 ,004.88 




$ 


47.67 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,028.55 


Wilder Excavation 


$ 1,004.89 




$ 


47.67 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


1,028.56 


Kasher 


$ 3,045.54 




$ 


144.28 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


3,165.82 


Black Rocks Village 




$ 5,000.00 


$ 


212.09 


$ 


(24.00) 


$ 


5,188.09 


Mill Pine Village 




$ 1,000.00 


$ 


32.06 


$ 


(16.00) 


$ 


1,016.06 


Senter 




$ 1,500.00 


$ 


44.21 


$ 


(16.00) 


$ 


1,528.21 


Governor's Forest GP 




$ 3,000.00 


$ 


22.96 


$ 


(6.00) 


$ 


3,016.96 


Gristmill Road 2 




$ 14,350.00 


$ 


21.56 




$ 


14,371.56 


Totals 


$ 269,847.87 


$ 30,631.80 


$ 


10,932.56 


$ 


(75,745.83) 


$235,666.40 | 










Passbook Accounts: 


Beginning 


Deposits 


Interest 


Withdrawals 


Ending | 


Magnusson 


$ 2,752.69 




$ 


6.89 




$ 


2,759.58 


Springbrook Realty 


$ 10,534.13 




$ 


89.92 




$ 


10,624.05 


Totals 


$ 13,286.82 




$ 


96.81 




$ 


13,383.63 












TOTAL ACCOUNT BALANCES | 


$283,134.69 { 


$ 30,631.80 1 $ 


11,029.37 1$ 


(75,745.83)1 $249,050.03 | 



76 



Treasurer's Report - Impact Fee - School Accounts - Year-End - December 31, 2006 







Beginning 
Balance 


Deposits 


Interest 


Withdrawal 


Ending 
Balance 




NH PDIP SIF Accounts 






MJM BLDG 1 


$ 


2,577 26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,59080) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


MJM BLDG 2 


$ 


2,577.26 




$ 


1354 


$ 


(2,590.80) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


MJM BLDG 3 


$ 


2,577 26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,590.80) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


MJM BLDG 4 


$ 


2,577.26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,59080) 


$ 


CLOSED 


M&M DEV 1 


$ 


2,577.26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,590 80) 


$ 


CLOSED 


M&M DEV 2 


$ 


2,577 26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,590 80) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


FOUR STAR 


$ 


2,577.26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,59080) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


DUCHARME 


$ 


2,577 26 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,59080) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


J T SPAULDING 


$ 


2,57525 




$ 


1354 


$ 


(2,58879) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


MASLOWSKI 


$ 


2,575.25 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,58879) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KARPENKO 


$ 


2,573 17 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,586.71) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


FOUR STAR 2 


$ 


2,573 17 




$ 


13.54 


$ 


(2,58671) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KRYSIAK 


$ 


2,568.45 




$ 


1349 


$ 


(2,581 94) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


DONIGIAN 1 


$ 


10,019.24 




$ 


5258 


$ 


(10,071.82) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


TYLER 1 


$ 


2,56845 




$ 


13.49 


$ 


(2,581 94) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


TYLER 2 


$ 


2,56845 




$ 


13.49 


$ 


(2,581 94) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


TYLER 3 


$ 


2,56845 




$ 


13.49 


$ 


(2.581 94) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


M&M DEV 3 


$ 


2,565.29 




$ 


13.48 


$ 


(2,578.77) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


M&M DEV 4 


$ 


2.565.29 




$ 


13.48 


$ 


(2.578.77) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


M&M DEV 5 


$ 


2,565.29 




$ 


13.48 


$ 


(2.578.77) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KLW 


$ 


2,564 30 




$ 


13.48 


$ 


(2,577 78) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


TYLER 4 


$ 


2,56299 




$ 


13 48 


$ 


(2,57647) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KASHER 1 


$ 


6,13934 




$ 


32.25 


$ 


(6,171.59) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KASHER 2 


$ 


6,139 34 




$ 


3225 


$ 


(6,171.59) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KASHER 3 


$ 


6,139 34 




$ 


3225 


$ 


(6,171.59) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


KASHER 4 


$ 


6,139 34 




$ 


32.25 


$ 


(6,171.59) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


SALVO 


$ 


2,559 23 




$ 


13 46 


$ 


(2,572.69) 


$ 


- 


CLOSED 


HIMMER HOMES 


$ 


14,974.78 




$ 


359 06 


$ 


(8,373.41) 


$ 


6.96043 




SPRUCE HILL 1 


$ 


6,142.05 




$ 


291 66 




$ 


6.43371 




SPRUCE HILL 2 


$ 


6,142.05 




$ 


291 66 




$ 


6.433.71 




SPRUCE HILL 3 


$ 


6,14205 




$ 


29166 




$ 


6.43371 




SCARLETT HOMES 


$ 


2,56346 




$ 


121.62 




$ 


2.68508 




SPRUCE HILL 4 


$ 


6,12607 




$ 


29068 




$ 


6.41675 




SPRUCE HILL 5 


$ 


6,12607 




$ 


29068 




$ 


6.41675 




WHITECREST 


$ 


2,555 39 




$ 


121 22 




$ 


2,67661 




ABDALLAH 1 


$ 


9,957 55 




$ 


472.39 




$ 


10,429 94 




ABDALLAH 2 


$ 


9,957 55 




$ 


47239 




$ 


10,429 94 




ABDALLAH 3 


$ 


9,957.55 




$ 


47239 




$ 


10,429 94 




SPRUCE HILL 6 


$ 


6,102 15 




$ 


289 44 




$ 


6,391.59 


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SPRUCE HILL 7 


$ 


6,08903 




$ 


28887 




$ 


6.377 90 




C0PP1 


$ 


3,804 63 




$ 


180 26 




$ 


3.984.89 


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TORRISI 


$ 


3,795.23 




$ 


180.09 




$ 


3.97532 




DIDONATO 


$ 


3,79416 




$ 


180 05 




$ 


3,974.21 




C0PP2 


$ 


3,79236 




$ 


17991 




$ 


3,972.27 




MASLOWSKI 2 


$ 


3,792.36 




$ 


179.91 




$ 


3,972.27 




TORRISI 2 


$ 


3,789.11 




$ 


179.77 




$ 


3,968.88 




TORRISI 3 


$ 


3.789 11 




$ 


179.77 




$ 


3,96888 




KEEBAUGH 


$ 


3,787 30 




$ 


179 65 




$ 


3,96695 




SPRUCE HILL 8 


$ 


3,01490 




$ 


14324 




$ 


3,158.14 




SPRUCE HILL 9 


$ 


3,014.90 




$ 


143.24 




$ 


3,15814 




SPRUCE HILL 10 


$ 


6,017.01 




$ 


285 45 




$ 


6,302.46 




SPRUCE HILL 11 




$ 5,988.00 


$ 


21891 




$ 


6,206 91 




BARKER 




$ 3,76100 


$ 


116 93 




$ 


3,877 93 




TOTAL BALANCES 


$ 


226,374.53 


$ 9,749.00 


$ 


6,879.78 


$(100,000.00) 


iL 


143,003.31 





77 



Treasurer's Report - Conservation Commission Accounts - Year-End ■ 


December 31 


2006 




Budget 
Residual 


Conservation 
Checking 


Current 
Use 


Open Space 
Checking 


Total 


iBEGINNING BALANCES 


$ 175.44 


$ 43.40 


$ 130,686.62 


$ 1,015.91 


$ 131,921.37 



Receipts: 






















Interest on deposits 


$ 


12.89 


$ 


7.32 


$ 


1,12500 


$ 


4.92 


$ 


1,150.13 1 


Office Supplies 










1 


Reimbursements & Refunds 




$ 


21.09 






$ 


21.09 


Residual 


$ 


2,344.08 




$ 


38,500.00 




$ 


40,844 08 


Total Internal Account Transfers 


$ 


2,550.00 


$ 


7,313.75 




$ 


650.00 


$ 


10.513.75 


Total Receipts 


$ 


5,082.41 


$ 


7,385.56 


$ 


170,311.62 


$ 


1,670.83 


$ 


184,450.42 



Disbursements: 



Workshops 




$ 


(145.00) 




$ 


(150.00) 


$ 


(295.00) 


Postage and Delivery 








$ 


(393.70) 


$ 


(393.70) 


Printing and Reproduction 








$ 


(701.25) 


$ 


(701.25) 


Professional Services 




$ 


(7,168.75) 






$ 


(7,168 75) 


Total Internal Account Transfers 


S (145.00) 




$ (10.368.75) 




$ 


(10,513.75) 


Total Disbursements 


$ (145.00) 


$ 


(7.313.75) 


$ (10,368.75) 


$ 


(1,244.95) 


$ 


(19,072.45) 



[ENDING BALANCES 



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4,937.41 I $ 



71.81 I $ 159.942.87 | $ 425.88 | $ 165,377.97 



CONSERVATION ACCOUNT DESCRIPTIONS 

This information is offered to provide further detail into the accounting line items used in the report of the Conservation Accounts. 

The Conservation Commission, pursuant to NH RSA 36-A:5 is authorized to maintain a separate conservation fund, containing 
monies from the sources as outlined below. In an effort to keep track of the different locations, the Fremont Conservation 
Commission, with the help of the Treasurer (who has custody of all funds), have set aside each type of money in a different fund. 

BUDGET RESIDUAL: This amount is the residual of appropriated Municipal funds to the Conservation Commission operating 
budget, that are not used within the fiscal year. At year-end, a check Is processed In the residual amount and Is released to the 
Conservation Commission. This is pursuant to NH RSA 36-A:5. 

NOTE: No other Municipal Boards or Committees are eligible for this practice . 
CONSERVATION CHECKING: All expenditures are paid through this checking account by transferring funds from either the Budget 



Residual or Current Use Accounts per direction of the Conservation Commission. 

CURRENT USE : The Current Use Fund was established in 1999 by voters at Town Meeting, In Warrant Article 16. The warrant 



article provided that 50% of the land use change tax funds collected, over the first $10,000 In any calendar year, would be turned 
over to a conservation fund (also pursuant to NH RSA 36-A:5). 

These funds are calculated annually using the formula of 50% over the first $10,000 collected by the Town from a land penalty taken 
out of Current Use. i.e. 2006 Total collected was $87,000 - $10,000 = $77,000 x 50% = $38.500 Total . 
The monies kept In the general fund (In 2006, $48,000) are used to offset taxes as a revenue. 

This money Is used for preservation or future land or easement purchase as detailed within RSA 36-A. 

OPEN SPACE STUDY COMMITTEE : The Open Space Advisory Committee is an exploratory sub-committee of the Conservation 



Commission. When the Open Space Committee has needed some administrative expense funds, they have been allocated and 
approved by the Conservation Commission. This fund reflects the vote of money for that purpose by the Commission and any 
expenses paid here. 



Respectfully Submitted, 




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Kimberly Anne Dunbar, Treasurer 



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The Mercier Group 

a professional corporation 



INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S COMMUNICATION OF 
REPORTABLE CONDITIONS AND OTHER MATTERS 

To the Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Fremont, New Hampshire 
Fremont, New Hampshire 

In planning and performing our audit of the Town of Fremont, New Hampshire for the year ended 
December 31, 2005, we considered the Town's internal control structure in order to determine the 
scope of our auditing procedures for the purpose of expressing our opinion on the financial 
statements. Our review of these systems was not intended to provide assurance on the internal 
control structure and should not be relied on for that purpose. 

Under the standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 
reportable condifions involve matters coming to our attention relating to significant deficiencies 
in the design or operation of the internal control structure that, in our judgment, could adversely 
affect the Tov^ti's ability to record, process, summarize, and report financial data consistent with 
the assertions of management in the financial statements. A material weakness is a reportable 
condition in which the design or operation of one or more of the internal control structure 
elements does not reduce to a relatively low level the risk that errors or irregularities, in amounts 
that would be material in relation to the financial statements being audited, may occur and not be 
detected within a timely period by employees in the normal course of performing their assigned 
fianctions. Our consideration of the internal control structure would not necessarily disclose all 
matters in the internal control structure that might constitute reportable conditions and, 
accordingly, would not necessarily disclose all reportable conditions that are also considered to 
be material weaknesses as defined above. 

We are pleased to report that, during the course of our review of internal controls, no material 
weaknesses in the Town's accounting systems and records were identified. Minor weaknesses or 
other considerations coming to our attention were generally procedural in nature and dealt with 
administrative or record keeping practices. In these instances, we made specific 
recommendations or provided instruction to those individuals involved during the course of our 
audit fieldwork. Areas of opportunity for further consideration include: 

I □ Development and use of an accrual-basis general ledger accounting system 
. □ Further development of capital asset accounting records 
: □ Careful review of Town report Materials prior to publication 

This report is intended solely for the information and use of management and others within the 
administration. It should not be used for any other purpose. 




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The m^WXtr IjrOUp, ^^rcj/essionalcotporaUon 

April 12, 2006 




83 



The Mercier Group 

a professional corporation 



INDEPENDENT A UDITOR 'S REPORT ON FINANCIAL PRESENTA TION 

To the Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Fremont, New Hampshire 
Fremont, New Hampshire 

We have audited the financial statements of the governmental activities, each major fund and the 
aggregate remaining fund information of Town of Fremont, New Hampshire as of and for the year 
ended December 31, 2005, which collectively comprise the Town's basic financial statements as 
listed in the table of contents. These basic financial statements are the responsibility of 
management. Our responsibility is to express opinions on these basic financial statements based on 
our audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United 
States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable 
assurance about whether the basic financial statements are fi-ee of material misstatement. An audit 
includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the basic 
financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and 
significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluafing the overall basic financial 
statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion. 

In our opinion, the basic financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material 
respects, the financial posifion of the Town of Fremont, New Hampshire, as of December 31, 2005, 
and the results of its operations and the cash flows of its nonexpendable trust fiands for the year then 
ended in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. 

The management discussion and analysis beginning on page iii is not a required part of the basic 
financial statements, but is supplementary information required by the Governmental Accounting 
Standards Board. We have applied certain limited procedures, which consisted principally of 
inquiries of management regarding the methods of measurement and presentation of the required 
supplementary information. However, we did not audit the information and therefore express no 
opinion on it. 

Our audit was performed for the purpose of forming opinions on the basic financial statements 
taken as a whole. The accompanying schedules listed in the table of contents are presented for 
purposes of additional analysis and are not a required part of the basic financial statements of the 
Town of Fremont, New Hampshire. Such information has been subjected to the auditing 
procedures applied in the audit of the basic financial statements and, in our opinion, is fairly 
presented in all material respects in relation to the basic financial statements taken as a whole. 




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The Meraer Group, -iprofcIiLai corporation 
April 12^006 



84 



2006 DETAILED STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS 



FROM LOCAL TAXES 
CURRENT YEAR 2006 

PROPERTY TAXES 

YIELD TAXES 

LAND USE CHANGE TAXES 

EXCAVATION TAX @ $02 / yard 

INTEREST AND PENALTIES ON TAXES 

RETURNED CHECK FEES 

OVERPAYMENTS 



7,784,693.66 

1,509.07 

58,000.00 

2,791.80 

868.54 

75.00 

19,773.45 



7,867,711.52 



PROPERTY TAXES 2005 

PROPERTY TAXES 

YIELD TAXES 

LAND USE CHANGE TAXES 

INTEREST & PENALTIES ON TAXES 

TAX REDEMPTIONS 

INTEREST & COSTS AFTER TAX LIEN 



368,385.70 



260,646.04 

7.60 

29,000.00 

9,733.06 

65,350.94 

3,648.06 



PROPERTY TAXES 2004 

TAX REDEMPTIONS 

INTEREST & COSTS AFTER TAX LIEN 



31,664.35 
5,818.76 



37,483.11 



PROPERTY TAXES 2003 

TAX REDEMPTIONS 

INTEREST & COSTS AFTER TAX LIEN 



32,766.30 

12,154.27 



44,920.57 



FROM STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

HIGHWAY BLOCK GRANT 
REVENUE SHARING 
ROOMS & MEALS 



85,468.25 

29,323.00 

157,715.61 



272,506.86 



FROM LOCAL SOURCES - TOWN CLERK 

MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS 

BOAT REGISTRATIONS 

MUNICIPAL AGENT FEES 

TITLE FEES 

DOG LICENSES 

DOG FINES 

FILING FEES 

MARRIAGE LICENSES 

VITAL STATISTICS COPIES 

UCC FEES 

CEMETERY LOTS 

RETURNED CHECK FEES 

RETURNED CHECKS 

MAILING FEES & MISCELLANEOUS 



726,862.00 



699,043.20 

144.28 

13,267.50 

1,820.00 

6,573.00 

2,169.00 

16.00 

1,305.00 

916.00 

870.00 

60.00 

225.00 

0.00 

453.02 



BUILDING PERMITS & FEES 

BUILDING PERMITS & INSPECTIONS 
SEPTIC PLAN REVIEW FEES 



24,226.25 
2,475.00 



26,701.25 



85 



REIMBURSEMENTS 

FIRE DEPARTMENT SPECIAL DETAILS 
HIGHWAY WINTER MAINTENANCE 
POLICE DEPARTMENT SPECIAL DETAILS 
POLICE DEPARTMENT WITNESS FEES 
REFUNDS / OVERPAYMENTS / DIVIDENDS 
INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT 
FEMA FLOOD REIMBURSEMENT 



113,009.37 



4,025.00 
9,481.60 

43,920.00 
1,753.52 
5,398,70 
2,812.21 

45,618.34 



INCOME FROM DEPARTMENTS 



58,316.77 



SALE OF ORDINANCES & REGULATIONS 

RECREATION COMMISSION PROGRAMS 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICE 

POLICE DEPARTMENT FINES 

POLICE DEPARTMENT GAS TAX REFUNDS 

POLICE DEPARTMENT PISTOL PERMIT FEES 

POLICE DEPARTMENT GRANTS 

PLANNING BOARD - EXCAVATION OPERATIONS 

PLANNING BOARD - SITE REVIEWS 

PLANNING BOARD - SUBDIVISIONS/LOT LINE ADJ 

RECYCLING 

TOWN OFFICE COPIES, ETC 

TREASURER ACCOUNT MAINTENANCE FEES 

WELFARE REIMBURSEMENTS 

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 



112.50 

10,734.50 

1,160.91 

384.00 

495.00 

292.14 

390.00 

9,665.65 

1,750.00 

8,985.28 

9,170.80 

2,304.50 

1,033.45 

738.00 

6,200.40 

4,899.64 



SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

CHECKLISTS & MAPS 
PROPERTY & EQUIPMENT 
RENT OF TOWN PROPERTY 



125.00 

1,343.30 

925.00 



2,393.30 



MISCELLANEOUS OTHER RECEIPTS 

TAX ANTICIPATION LINE OF CREDIT 2,680,000.00 

CONSERVATION COMM GRANTS FOR LAND PURC 70,000.00 

BANK SERVICE FEES REFUNDED 217.54 

INTEREST ON DEPOSITS 23,225.10 



2,773,442.64 



FROM CAPITAL RESERVE & TRUST FUNDS 

CAPITAL RESERVE - PLAYGROUND 
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND - POLICE OHRV 
CEMETERY TRUST FUNDS PERPETUAL CARE 



12,900.00 

13,412.00 

3,600.00 



29,912.00 



STALE CHECKS REDEPOSITED 



TOTAL TREASURER'S RECEIPTS 



322.36 
12,321,967.45 



"Alone we can do so little, togettier we can do so nnich. " 



Helen Keller 



86 



2006 DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



EXECUTIVE 
BUDGET 

SELECTMEN 
WELFARE DIRECTOR 
MILEAGE 

TA&SELOFC CLERICAL 
SEL POSTAGE & ENV 
SEL OFFICE SUPPLIES 
SEL COMPUTER SUPPL 
SEL OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
SEL REF & LAW BOOKS 
SEL DUES &CONF 
ADVERTISING 
SERVICE AGREEMENTS 
TOWN CLERK SALARY 
DEPUTY TOWN CLERK 
TC RESTORING RECORDS 
TC OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
TC OFFICE SUPPLIES 
TC POSTAGE & ENV 
TC DUES & CONFERENCE 
TC MILEAGE 

TC COMP PROG & SUPPL 
TC REF & LAW BOOKS 
COMMUNITY NEWSLTR 
TOTAL EXPENDED 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION 



148,566.00 


BUDGET 


9,500.00 


SUPERVISORS 


1,731.30 


BALLOT CLERKS 


130.02 


MODERATOR 


61,702.40 


SELECTMEN 


1,849.23 


BALLOT POSTAGE SUPL 


1,447.48 


MEALS 


634.84 


DUES & CONFERENCES 


66.39 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


377.35 




239,00 




96.48 


FINANCIAL ADMINI 


1,750.00 


BUDGET 


30,696.33 


IDENTIFY MORTGAGEES 


15,053.75 


POSTAGE & ENVELOPES 


2,280.00 


OFFICES COMP SUPL 


289.92 


OFFICE EQUIPMENT 


700.00 


RECORDING FEES 


434.05 


SERVICE AGREEMENTS 


739.70 


TX MILEAGE 


212.80 


TAX COLLECTOR SALAR' 


1,175.56 


DEP TAX COLL SALARY 


330.50 


TX DUES & CONF 


5,570.26 


TREASURER SALARY 


137,007.36 


DEP TREASURER SALAR 



REAPPRAISAL OF PROPERTY 



BUDGET 


40,420.00 


TRUST FUND SUPPLIES 


80.28 


APPRAISAL SERVICES 


30,527.98 


PROFESSIONAL AUDIT 


5,400.00 


MAP UPDATES 


2,153.38 


BUDGET COMM EXP 


223.49 


UTILITY VALUE UPDATES 


1,825.78 


BUDGET COMM CLERICAL 


770.30 


DUES 


20.00 


TREASURER POSTAGE 


0.00 


ASSESSING SUPPLIES 


458.96 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


38,336.78 


COMP EQUIP &SOFTW 


5,900.00 






TOTAL EXPENDED 


40,886.10 










PLANNING AND ZONING 






BUDGET 


53,985.00 


JUDICIAL & LEGAL 




CLERICAL 


25,716.54 


BUDGET 


15,000.00 


OFFICE SUPPLIES 


912.25 


LEGAL SERVICES 


11,854.00 


POSTAGE EXPENSE 


. , 1,517.88 


LEGAL EXPENSES 


58.28 


PROFESSIONAL SRVCS 


2,449.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


11,912.28 


ADVERTISING 


2,815.69 






EXPENSE REIMB i; 


63.98 






RECORDING FEES 


210.69 


ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOC 


MILEAGE 


116.80 


BUDGET 


5,900.00 


MATCHING GRANTS - ; ,. 


2,250.00 


PROFESSIONAL DUES 


5,898.62 


PRINTING 


104.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


5,898.62 


CIRCUIT RIDER PLANNER 


9,400.00 






TRAINING & DUES 


200.00 






TOTAL EXPENDED 


45,756.83 



87 



PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 



INSURANCE 



BUDGET 


166,100.00 


BUDGET 


28,950.00 


PICA & MEDICARE MATCH 


44,849.91 


PROPERTY LIABILITY 


28,594.70 


WORKERS COMP 


18,057.37 


POLICE COVERAGE 


439.20 


UNEMPLOYMENT COMP 


0.00 


INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLE 


1,000.00 


MEDICAL INSURANCE 


73,804.02 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


30,033.90 


RETIREMENT 


12,669.55 






DENTAL INSURANCE 


4,320.96 






DIS/LIFE INSURANCE 


3,595.35 


CEMETERIES 




TOTAL EXPENDED 


157,297.16 


BUDGET 


8,736.00 






MOWING WAGES 


5,551.52 






FUEL 


181.25 


OTHER GENERAL GOVERNMENT 


MOWERS EQUIPMENT 


223.51 


BUDGET 


11,000.00 


PERPETUAL CARE 


0.00 


TOWN REPORT PRINTING 


8,606.86 


EQUIPMENT HIRE 


420.00 


TOWN REPORT POSTAGE 


815.00 


LOAM SEED FERTILIZER 


426.57 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


9,421.86 


CONTRACT HELP 


150.00 






SUPERINTENDENT SAL 


400.00 






ELECTRICITY 


362.55 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


7,715.40 


BUDGET 


73,920.00 






TELEPHONES 


4,799.04 






ELECTRICITY 


3,869.87 


BUILDING INSPECTION 


GAS OIL & FURNACE REP 


4,200.00 


BUDGET 


48,976.00 


MAINTENANCE PERSON 


5,763.52 


BUILDING INSPECTOR 


38,590.40 


CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES 


245.31 


HEATING INSPECTIONS 


500.00 


TOWN HALL REP &MAINT 


5,201.38 


DRIVEWAY INSPECTIONS 


880.00 


MEETINGHOUSE MAINT 


28.86 


FIRE INSPECTIONS 


290.00 


TOWN SHED MAI NT 


20.47 


OFFICE SUPPLIES 


989.15 


HW SHED ELECTRIC 


559.35 


ICC & NFPA FORMS 


252.95 


TAX DEEDED PROPERTY 


20.48 


MILEAGE REIMB 


1,736.55 


HIST SOC REP & MAINT 


133.61 


TRAINING & CONF 


609.00 


SIREN ELECTRICITY 


204.60 


EQUIPMENT 


717.48 


COMPLEX EMERG LTS 


102.47 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


44,565.53 


COMPLEX ELECTRICITY 


12,896.24 






COMPLEX FURNACE & OIL 


8,000.00 






COMPLEX MAINTENANCE 


17,028.76 


EMERGENCY MANAGEMT 


TOWN HALL PROJECT 


5,596.19 


BUDGET 


4,250.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


68,670.15 


TRUCK REPAIRS MAINT 


0.00 






TRAINING 


48.70 






OFFICE EXPENSES 


101.99 


RESCUE SQUAD 




COMMUNICATIONS 


1,214.83 


BUDGET 


33,755.00 


EQUIPMENT 


517.51 


OFFICE SUPPLIES 


85.47 


GENERATOR MAINT 


50.80 


MEDICAL SUPPLIES 


794.48 


MATERIALS 


1,377.50 


TRAINING 


4,275.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


3,311.33 


COMMUNICATIONS 


750.00 






FUEL 


354.00 






HEPATITIS B INNOCUL 


455.66 


POLICE SPECIAL DETAILS 


MAINTENANCE 


142.74 


BUDGET 


40,000.00 


UNIFORMS & PROT GEAR 


1,631.73 


SPECIAL DETAIL WAGES 


29,813.50 


EQUIPMENT 


963.83 


WITNESS FEES PAID 


3,040.08 


TELEPHONE 


436.32 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


32,853.58 


VOLUNTEER STIPEND 


14,499.99 






TOTAL EXPENDED 


24,389.22 







88 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 
BUDGET 5,000.00 

RAYMOND AMBULANCE 5,000.00 

TOTAL EXPENDED 5,000.00 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 
BUDGET 323 

CLERICAL 23 

TELEPHONES 2 

POSTAGE 

OFFICE SUPPLIES 2 

INTERNET SERVICE 1 

PRINTING 

EQUIPMENT 

COMPUTER PROGRAM 

FIREARMS TRAINING 

FIREARM SUPPLIES 

INSERVICE TRAINING 

INSERVICE SUPPLIES 

FIRST AID TRAINING 

TRAINING -NEW 

RANGE 

PATROL WAGES 

CALL OUT WAGES 

INVESTIGATION WAGES 

MILEAGE 

PROSECUTION 

UNIFORMS & SAFETY EQP 

COMMUNICATION 

EQUIP REPAIR/REPLACE 

FIRST AID EQUIPMENT 

INVESTIGATION EQUIP 2 

OHRV EQUIPMENT 

UNIT1 FUEL 9 

UNIT 2 FUEL 3 

UNIT 3 FUEL 1 

UNIT 4 FUEL 1 

UNIT 6 FUEL 

UNIT 7 FUEL 

ALL OTHER FUEL 

UNIT 1 MAINTENANCE 3 

UNIT 2 MAINTENANCE 

UNIT 3 MAINTENANCE 

UNIT 4 MAINTENANCE 2 

UNIT 6 MAINTENANCE 

UNIT 7 MAINTENANCE 

UNITS MAINTENANCE 

OTHER MAINTENANCE 

CRUISER SETUP 

TOTAL EXPENDED 314 



1 

187 

1 

21 

9 

7 
1 



,625.00 

106.39 
727.31 
401.03 
333.15 
334.18 
495.79 
813.89 
147,00 
471 .76 
776,85 
004.63 
576,45 
0.00 
642.81 
839,69 
956,28 
486.50 
113.71 

42,14 
720.00 
671.65 
771,55 
490.76 

43.37 
736.28 
0.00 
955.82 
049.95 
136.40 
459.06 
297.80 
431.31 

76.64 
388.51 
664.99 
227.61 
037.74 

60.47 
584.48 
437.60 
456.59 
0.00 
968.14 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 

BUDGET 119,505.00 

OFFICE & CLEANING SUPL 927.41 

NEW EQUIPMENT 12,113.16 

GAS FUEL OIL 1,789.48 

CHIEF ADMIN SALARY 9,533.40 

BOOKS & PR MATERIALS 1,181.00 

PROT GEAR & UNIFORMS 12,060.48 

INSPECTNS & CONSLTN 450.00 

COMMUNICATIONS 840.74 

MILEAGE REIMB 0.00 

FOREST FIRES 500.46 

RAYMOND DISPATCH 7,020.00 

TRAINING 3,069.95 

WEEKEND DUTY OFFICER 3,900,00 

HAZMAT UPDATE 1,170.30 

GASOLINE EXP CHIEF 577.08 

DUES & MEMBERSHIPS 1 ,837.20 

CONFERENCES 29.95 

CLERICAL 3,576.24 

TELEPHONES 870.55 

EQUIPMENT MAINT 4,333.88 

EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 2,723.15 

CHIEF MAINTENANCE 3,692.32 

VOLUNTEER STIPEND 30,800.00 

SPECIAL DETAILS 3,346.00 

TOTAL EXPENDED 106,342.75 



STREET LIGHTING 

BUDGET 3,780.00 

PUBLIC SERVICE OF NH 3,778.13 

TOTAL EXPENDED 3,778.13 



LANDFILL CLOSURE 

BUDGET 500.00 

MAINTENANCE 0.00 

TOTAL EXPENDED 0.00 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 

BUDGET 1,087,364.00 

MOSQUITO CONTROL 30,000.00 

FIRE TRUCK PAYMENT 41 ,675.00 

PD SPEED TRAILER 7,565.00 

POLICE SUV 28,806.00 

PD OHRV EQUIPMENT 3,409.19 

PLAYGROUND 24,536.00 

HW ROAD OVERLAYS 61 ,643.00 

LAND/EASEMENT PURCH 0.00 

TOTAL EXPENDED 197,634.19 



89 



SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 

BUDGET 128,689.00 

TURNKEY TONNAGE 118,990.66 

RECYCLING BINS 1,150.00 

BULK RECYCLING 6,298.70 

RECYCLING PUBLICITY 883.66 

SRRDD ADDED LEVY 3,287.00 

DUES 250.00 

TOTAL EXPENDED 130,860.02 



SOLID WASTE COLLECTION 
BUDGET 123,518.00 

RESIDENTIAL PICKUP 123,517.92 

TOTAL EXPENDED 123,517.92 



HIGHWAYS & STREETS 

BUDGET 297,515.00 

WINTER SALT 18,556.83 

WINTER SAND 8,712.00 

WINTER EQUIPMENT HIRE 94,943.08 

PLOW & SANDER MAINT 3,613.60 

SUMMER EQUIP HIRE 72,445.64 

LABOR 36,662.04 

OVERTIME 2,138.46 

CULVERTS 9,386.74 

HOT & COLD PATCH 2,709.39 

SIGNS & POSTS 2,378.55 

GRAVEL STONE LOAM 9,013.63 

HAND TOOLS 151.37 

POWER TOOLS 2,060.00 

COMMUNICATIONS 1,374.39 

PAINTING LINES 4,086.00 



DIRECT ASSISTANCE 


SHOULDERS & GRAVEL RL 


3,438.00 


BUDGET 


13,500.00 


LARGE TREE CUTTING 


5,700.00 


CASE 1 


364.08 


ROADSIDE MOWING 


0.00 


CASE 2 


582.15 


BEAVER CONTROL 


375.00 


CASE 3 


400.00 


ROAD AGENT SALARY 


4,251.78 


CASE 4 


800.00 


TRAINING 


280.00 


CASE 5 


563.03 


HW EQUIP MAINTENANCE 


1,443.02 


CASE 6 


609.91 


HW TRUCK FUEL 


4,595.16 


CASE 7 


1,080.43 


GENERAL SUPPLIES 


425.37 


CASES 


959.28 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


288,740.05 


CASE 9 


1,350.00 






CASE 10 


320.00 






CASE 11 


239.90 


PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 


CASE 12 


260.56 


BUDGET 


2,150.00 


CASE 13 


797.24 


FLAGS 


878.57 


CASE 14 


662.35 


ORGANIST 


100.00 


CASE 15 


800.00 


BAND 


800.00 


CASE 16 


20.00 


PROGRAMS/REFRESHMTS 


0.00 


CASE 17 


290.48 


COMMUNITY PROGRAMS 


232.29 


CASE 18 


419.80 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


2,010.86 


CASE 19 


371.81 






CASE 20 


782.42 






CASE 21 


1,312.77 


PARKS & RECREATION 


CASE 22 


387.71 


BUDGET 


52,466.00 


CASE 50 


320.00 


SALARIES 


13,745.50 


ADMINISTRATION 


488.12 


SUMMER OPERATIONS 


2,066.79 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


14,182.04 


BUS & COSTUME RENTAL 


3,022.71 






FIELD MAINTENANCE 


23,332.69 






ADMINISTRATION 


279.13 


DEBT & INTEREST PAYMENTS 


TOWN EVENTS 


2,165.97 


BUDGET 


358,981.00 


FIELD TRIPS 


1,759.50 


PRINC LONG TERM BOND 


200,300.00 


PLAYGROUP/LIBRARY HR 


434.28 


INT LONG TERM BOND 


108,680.47 


ELECTRICITY 


1,369.54 


INTEREST ON TAN 


27,582.75 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


48,176.11 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


336,563.22 







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VENDOR PAYMENTS 




ANIMAL CONTROL 




BUDGET 


27,808.00 


BUDGET 


8,539.00 


ROCK COUNTY NUTR 


266.00 


KENNEL /DOG FOOD 


950.00 


SEACOAST HOSPICE 


800.00 


PATROL WAGES 


1,744.40 


LAMPREY HEALTH CARE 


3,500.00 


MILEAGE 


0.00 


ROCK COUNTY CAP 


5,670.00 


EQUIPMENT 


110.35 


CHILD & FAMILY SRVCS 


2,500.00 


FUEL 


176.14 


SEACOAST MENTAL HLTH 


1,000.00 


VEHICLE MAINTENANCE 


745.23 


RICHIE MCFARLAND 


5,100.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


3,726.12 


ROCK VNA& HOSPICE 


3,437.00 






AREA HOMECARE & F S 


1,600.00 






A SAFE PLACE 


500.00 


LIBRARY 




SEXUAL ASSAULT SPT SV 


885.00 


BUDGET 


86,221.00 


NH SPCA 


450.00 


WAGES 


43,608.25 


RETIRED SR VOL PROG 


100.00 


BOOKS 


15,975.40 


SEAC CHLD ADVOC CTR 


1,000.00 


SUMMER READING PROG 


3253.34 


COMM SRVCS COUNC NH 


1,000.00 


OFFICE SUPPLIES 


256.94 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


27,808.00 


DUES & MEMBERSHIPS ' 


390.40 



HEALTH 



BUDGET 


2,000.00 


HEALTH OFFICER SALARY 


1,200.00 


MEMBERSHIPS / MEETING; 


100.00 


MILEAGE 


103.44 


MOSQUITO SPRAYING 


2,200.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


3,603.44 


PAYMENTS TO CAPITAL RESERVES 


BUDGET 


100,000.00 


POLICE CRUISER 


10,000.00 


HIGHWAY MAI NT BLDG 


15,000.00 


RADIO COMM EQP 


5,000.00 


FIRE TRUCK 


12,500.00 


HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT 


7,500.00 


REVALUATION 


25,000.00 


TOWN HALL RENOVATION: 


25,000.00 


TOTAL EXPENDED 


100,000.00 



COMPUTER UPGR/SOFTW 1,627.50 

TELEPHONE 991.22 

ELECTRICITY 6,165.46 

FURNACES OIL 7,702.07 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE 6,678.82 

TOTAL EXPENDED 86,649.40 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

BUDGET 4,336.00 

POSTAGE 95.44 

OFFICE SUPPLIES 32.73 

DOCUMENT PURCHASES 32.50 

MEETINGS & SEMINARS 873.00 

NHACC DUES 225.00 

EXETER RIVER LAC 150.00 

CONSERVATION FUND 2,344.08 

CONSERVATION PROJ 583.25 

TOTAL EXPENDED 4,336.00 



EXPENDABLE TRUST FUNDS 
BUDGET 10,000.00 

TOWN TRUST FUND 10,000.00 

TOTAL EXPENDED 10,000.00 



TOTAL BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 

TEMPORARY LOANS REPAID 

ABATEMENTS 

REFUNDS & OVERPAYMENTS 



2,474,339.20 

2,680,000.00 

32,226.83 

22,051.69 



91 



FLOODS - EMERGENCY WEATHER EXPENSES 
FUELS 
PERSONNEL 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 
MATERIALS 
MEALS 

TRANSFERRED TO CONSERVATION COMMISSI 
LAND USE CHANGE TAXES FOR 2006 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 
TASER GRANT 

INSURANCE REPAIRS 

PAID TO FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 
2005-2006 FISCAL YEAR 
2006-2007 FISCAL YEAR 

PAID TO STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
VITALS FEES 
DOG POPULATION FEES 

PAID TO ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

REVALUATION EXPENSES (ENCUMBERED) 

PETTY CASH 

HEALTH INSURANCE PAYABLE 

RETIREMENT PAYABLE 

BANK CORRECTION 

GRAND TOTAL ALL PAYMENTS 



117.25 


533.50 


18,618.93 


23,981.31 


143.33 


38,500.00 


5,935.65 


2,812.21 


2,895,849.00 


3,330,000.00 


1,797.00 


1,996.00 


351,494.00 


253.93 


300 00 


772.93 


-176.58 


0.10 


11,881,546.28 




Safety Services Annual Santa Parade ~ December 2006 
Photo Courtesy of Jeff Horton 



92 



2006 PAYROLL REGISTER 



EMPLOYEE 


DEPARTMENT 


GROSS WAGE 




NET PAID 


Robert F Allore 


Police Department 


$ 


9,253.60 


$ 


8,294.54 


Mary A Anderson 


Tax Collector 


$ 


16,500.00 


$ 


10,527.76 


Roger L Anderson 1 


Cemetery Maintenance 


$ 


4,020.24 


$ 


3.327.69 


Roger L Anderson II 


Cemetery Maintenance 


$ 


885.42 


$ 


817.68 


Ruth F Anderson 


Dep Tax Coll/Clerical/Elections 


S 


6,662.06 


$ 


5,118.16 


Katherine Arsenault 


Deputy Town Clerk 


$ 


19,940.80 


$ 


12,469.67 


Barbara D Baker 


Supervisor of Checklist / PD Clerical 


$ 


2,276.61 


$ 


1,960.46 


David F Barker 


Fire Department 


$ 


1,395.30 


$ 


1,268.57 


Barbara B Bassett 


Librarian/Deputy Treasurer 


$ 


5,818.04 


$ 


4.435.71 


George Reese Bassett 


Police Department/ACO 


$ 


25,803.86 


$ 


20.901.07 


Maegen Bassett 


Library Page 


$ 


2,011.35 


$ 


1.841.36 


Raymond Bernier 


Town Moderator/Elections 


$ 


45.00 


$ 


41.56 


Shawn M Blades 


Summer Parks & Recreation 


$ 


1,600.00 


$ 


1,333.06 


Meredith A Bolduc 


Land Use Board Admin Asst 


$ 


25,701.54 


$ 


17.960.13 


Peter B Bolduc 


Selectman 


$ 


3,000.00 


$ 


2.470.48 


Christopher Braid 


Rescue Squad 


$ 


1,491.93 


$ 


1.377.80 


Gertrude 1 Butler 


Health Officer 


$ 


1,200.00 


$ 


1,108.20 


Richard D Butler 


Fire Department 


$ 


1,821.90 


$ 


1,682.52 


Heidi Carlson 


Town Admin/Welf Dir/BC Cler 


$ 


52,608.77 


$ 


38,247.77 


Alan D Comeau 


Fire Department 


$ 


816.20 


$ 


753.75 


Joshua D Cooley 


Summer Parks & Recreation 


$ 


1,588.00 


$ 


1.323.77 


Eugene Cordes 


Selectman 


$ 


3,500.00 


$ 


3,232.23 


Sarah L Croteau 


Summer Parks & Recreation 


$ 


1,732.50 


$ 


1,614.96 


David P Cruz 


Rescue Squad 


$ 


1,116.42 


$ 


1,031.02 


Susan D'Eon 


Elections 


$ 


90.00 


$ 


83.11 


Ronald DeClercq 


Fire Department 


$ 


561.10 


$ 


518.17 


Donald R Denney 


Cemetery Superintendent 


.;,$ 


926.00 


$ 


855.16 


Ross A Desmet 


Police Department 


$, 


3,913.49 


$ 


2,847.10 


Mark P Deveber 


Fire Department 


. $. 


99.77 


$ 


92.13 


Kimberly A Dunbar 


Town Treasurer 


$ 


4.200.00 


$ 


3.911.88 


Mathew D Dustin 


Fire Department/Rescue Squad 


$ 


370.37 


$ 


342.03 


Jesse H Emery 


Police Department 


$ 


1,453.84 


$ 


1,342.63 


Marlene Emery 


Library Aide 


$ 


8,980.35 


$ 


7,505.36 


Aaron D Epstein 


Fire Department 


$ 


589.67 


$ 


544.57 


Donald W Gates Jr 


Selectman 


$ 


3,000.00 


$ 


2,370.48 


Donald W Gates III 


Police Department/ACO 


$ 


6,889.88 


$ 


6,173.57 


Robert A Genest 


Police Department/ACO 


$. 


17,007.93 


$ 


14,326.11 


Joseph A Gordon 


Police Department 


$ 


3,641.05 


$ 


3,334.78 


Joseph H Gottlieb 


Fire Department/Rescue Squad 


$ 


869.26 


$ 


802.77 


Jason L Grant 


Police Department 


$ 


15,545.64 


$ 


12,233.87 


Michael P Greeley 


Police Department Detail 


$ 


341.00 


$ 


291.01 


Richard C Heselton 


Fire Department/Maintenance 


$ 


13,987.00 


$ 


11,580.11 


Guerwood M Holmes 


Road Agent/Driveway Inspector 


$ 


5.131.78 


$ 


851.09 


Leon F Holmes Jr 


Highway Department 


$ 


36,792.06 


$ 


28.939.24 


Loh A Holmes 


Town Clerk 


$ 


30,696.33 


$ 


25,719.42 


Michael F Holmes 


Highway Department 


$ 


1.501.50 


$ 


1,279.35 


Jeffrey A Horton 


Fire Department/Rescue Squad 


$ 


3,392.38 


$ 


3,132.86 



93 



EMPLOYEE 

Brett A Hunter 
Neal R Janvrin 
Jennifer L Jaquith 
Kenneth Jones 
Kathleen A Kelly 
Jason R Larochelle 
Melissa R Larochelle 
Jay B Lennon 
Jode L Lennon 
Joel B Lennon 
John TLinville III 
Alisha M Lorenzo 
Lisa Maffei 
Patricia Martel 
Daniel J Mercurio 
Brandon Messina 
Nicole Messina 
Lynda J Miller 
Catherine Murdock 
Kyle S Murdock 
Victoria L Murdock 
Joseph P Nichols 
Jeanne T Nygren 
Kevin J O'Callaghan 
Charles M Rand 
Richard E Rand 
John V Roderick 
Sandra L Roy 
Thomas A Roy 
Annmarie Scribner 
Nathan R Sitterly 
Ann M Stackpole 
Elizabeth J Stanley 
Roberta Stevens 
Matthew E Thomas 
Stephen E Toohey Sr 
Darrell E Turner 
Marie E Wheaton-Pinder 
Daniel A Whitman 
Kevin R Zukas 



2006 PAYROLL REGISTER 

DEPARTMENT 

Fire Department/Rescue Squad 

Police Department 

Summer Recreation Director 

Trustee of Trust Funds 

Summer Parks & Recreation 

Police Department 

Police Department Detail 

Fire Department 

Fire Department 

Fire Department 

Fire Department 

Summer Parks & Recreation 

Rescue Squad 

Trustee of Trust Funds 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Summer Parks & Recreation 

Children's Librarian 

Library Aide 

Rescue Squad 

Rescue Squad 

Fire Department 

Selectmen's Office/BC Clerical 

Fire Department 

Police Department 

Buildings & Park Maintenance 

Fire Department 

Ballot Clerk 

Building Inspector/Fire Dept 

Ttee of Trust Funds/Moderator 

Rescue Squad 

Supervisor of Checklilst 

Dep Town Clerk/Fire Dept Clk 

Ballot Clerk 

Supen/isor of Checklist 

Fire Department 

Fire Department 

Police Department Admin Asst 

Police Department 

Fire Department/Rescue Squad 

Grand Totals 



GR 


OSS WAGE 




NET PAID 


$ 


2,114.19 


$ 


1,952.46 


$ 


44,745.90 


$ 


34,428.46 


$ 


4,400.00 


$ 


3,870.50 


$ 


100.00 


$ 


92.35 


$ 


1,264.50 


$ 


1,167.77 


$ 


47,842.89 


$ 


33,832.29 


$ 


852.50 


$ 


783.57 


$ 


511.45 


$ 


566.33 


$ 


507.35 


$ 


468.54 


$ 


746.77 


$ 


689.65 


$ 


264.19 


$ 


243.98 


$ 


451.50 


$ 


392.19 


$ 


2,075.24 


$ 


1,916.49 


$ 


350.00 


$ 


323.22 


$ 


15,514.74 


$ 


12,633.11 


$ 


627.94 


$ 


579.90 


$ 


1,995.00 


$ 


1,664.48 


$ 


15,591.26 


$ 


14,075.25 


$ 


11,357.25 


$ 


9,531.87 


$ 


1,024.31 


$ 


945.95 


$ 


536.75 


$ 


495.69 


$ 


1,218.67 


$ 


1,125.44 


$ 


12,316.12 


$ 


10,387.74 


$ 


950.22 


$ 


877.52 


$ 


48,942.00 


$ 


33,432.87 


$ 


14,250.08 


$ 


11,813.50 


$ 


684.85 


$ 


632.46 


$ 


180.00 


$ 


166.22 


$ 


43,229.99 


$ 


33,429.19 


$ 


560.00 


$ 


517.16 


$ 


794.82 


$ 


734.02 


$ 


1,146.03 


$ 


1,058.36 


$ 


3,256.24 


$ 


2,798.36 


$ 


360.00 


$ 


332.44 


$ 


431.16 


$ 


398.17 


$ 


1,309.83 


$ 


813.60 


$ 


822.18 


$ 


759.29 


$ 


22,117.80 


$ 


15,492.60 


$ 


13,188.68 


$ 


11,887.15 


$ 


2,680.98 


$ 


2,475.88 




$672,083.32 


$ 


522,002.74 



Gross wages are pre-tax, pre-retirement amounts and include all stipends. Net paid is the total after 
taxes, insurance and retirement deductions; and include any reimbursements paid 

for out of pocket expenses. 



94 



2006 VENDOR PAYMENTS 



2 Way Communications 5,785.68 

A G's Auto Repair 214.00 

A & K Sheet Metal 215.00 

Adamson Industries Corporation 355.75 

Aggregate Industries NE 6,036.87 

Air Cleaning Specialists of NE LLC 51 2.00 

AirtimeGear 1,895.00 

Robert Allore - Reimbursement 17.95 

American Century Investments 1,862.28 

American Library Preview 1,103.50 

American Red Cross 72.00 

Ameriprise Financial 23,884.03 

Mary Anderson - Reimbursement 339.12 

Ruth Anderson - Reimbursement 151.04 

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield 81 ,958.09 

Appletree Title & Closing - Refund 629.00 

April Showers Lawn Irrigation 821.70 

Arch Wireless 197.65 

Area Homecare & Family Services Inc 1 ,600.00 

Aimee Arsenault - Reimbursement 164.43 

AT & T 78.90 

Avitar Associates of NE Inc 1 ,000.00 

Karen Ayers - Title Research 2,009.00 

Baker & Taylor Inc Booksellers 8,839.55 

The Balsam's 549.70 

David Barker - FD Reimbursement 375.00 

G Reese Bassett - Reimbursement 251.68 

Batteries Plus # 401 689.29 

Battery Zone Inc 467.44 

Ben Franklin 2,037.53 

Ben's Uniforms 3,627.50 

Jon Benson - Reimbursement ' 54.69 

Bergeron Protective Clothing LLC 7,595.27 

John Bernier - Computer Consult 1 1 7.50 

William & Doreen Blame - Ref/Abate 4.148.47 

Charles Bolduc 2,920.00 

John K Bolduc - Equipment Hire 2,975.00 

Joseph Bolduc Jr - Equipment Hire 1,835.00 

Kevin C Bolduc - Equipment Hire 2,600.00 

Meredith Bolduc - Reimbursement 38.13 

Peter Bolduc ' 350.00 

Booklist 89.95 

building Permits Law Bulletin 99.00 

Bradford copy Center 227.50 

Brentwood Surplus Sales Inc 180.00 

Beverly Brooks - Overpayment 59.00 

Brown's River Bindery Inc 2,280.00 

Brox Industries Inc 129,214.66 



Buckeye Blasting Corporation 800.00 

Keith Burleigh & Sons 10,400.00 

Business Management Systems Inc 1,410.15 

Gertrude Butler - Reimbursement 83.44 

Richard Butler - FD Reimbursement 475.13 

Cady Communications 860.00 

Cahill Electronics 99.95 

Cape Disposal 123,517.92 

Capital One FSB - Library Acct 92,05 

Michael & Deborah Caputo - Abate 760.03 

Cardiac Science Inc 411.04 

Benjamin Carder 150.00 

Heidi Carlson - Reimbursement 203.70 

Carparts Distribution Center • 239.81 

Carparts of Epping 64.50 

John & Carolyn Carr - Abatement 789.85 

Casassa and Ryan 9,345.00 

Robert & Shirley Casey - Refund 500.00 

Child & Family Services of NH 2,500.00 

Chappell Tractor East LLC 2,210.93 

Chase Business Systems 300.08 

Churchill Security 831.00 

Citgo Petroleum Corporation 16,257.27 
Citizen's Bank - TAN Repayments 2,707,582.75 

Citizen's Bank - TTL Payments 166.052.30 

C J& J Realty : 1,350.00 

CMJ Construction Inc 350.00 

Kevin & Susan Coco - Abatement 864.24 

Comcast 2,694.81 

Comprehensive Micro Services 335.00 

Community Resource Network 75.00 

Community Services Council of NH 1 ,000.00 

Computer Hut - Nashua 81.00 

The Copier Connection 1 ,297.70 

Gordon Copp - FD Reimb 150.00 

Richard Corriveau - Computer Cnsit 4,575.00 

Countrywide Tax Services - Overpay 5,321 .00 

Countrywide Home Loans 959.28 

Critter Getters Wildlife Mgmt LLC 375.00 

CRT Recycling Inc 823.50 

Ann Mane Cullen - Refund 6.00 

Curtis Hydraulics 288.88 

D C Truck Financial 41 .675.00 

Dan Daley - Reimbursement 16.00 

Lee Danley 1,095.00 

Dave's Small Engine Repair 835.00 

Delahunty Septic Service 500.00 

Dell Inc 619.99 



95 



Delta Dental 5,291 .93 

DEMCOInc 2,110.29 

Department of Agriculture 1 ,996.00 

Michael DiCroce - Prosecution Srvc 9,720.00 

Difeo Oil & Propane 10,793.36 

DiManna Law Office LLC 500.00 

Direct Safety Company 42.35 

Discount School Supply 344. 1 8 

Distagage 449.00 

Dodge Grain Co Inc - Salem 110.35 

Dollard Associates 2,303.38 

Jacob Donigian - Abatement 2,034.86 

Robert Doucette 4.08 

Richard & Kate Dumas 51 5.04 

Kimberly Dunbar - Reimbursement 155.94 

Dunlap Highland Band 800.00 

Mathew Dustin - Reimbursement 734.31 

East Coast Lumber & BIdg Supply 551 .86 

Eastern Propane Gas 829.60 

Eastport Electrical Co Inc 1,865.00 

Mike Eliasberg 611.30 

Elite Pest Management LLC 242.50 

Emergency Educators Group of NH 650.00 

Emergency Medical Products Inc 794.48 

Carl Erickson - Abatement 236.71 

Exeter River Local Advisory Comm 150.00 

Exeter Locksmith Company LTD 900.00 

Express Police Supply 38.99 

HP Fairfield Inc 1,686.19 

Ferguson Waterworks 2,680.06 

Wendy Fiffick - Overpayment 1 1 .30 

Fire Alarm & Safety Technologies 2,335.50 

Fire Chief Magazine 63.00 

Fire Engineering Magazine 29.95 

Fire Tech & Safety Of New England 7,81 2.25 

Firehouse Magazine 30.00 

First Student Inc 3,022.71 

Flagship Bank & Trust Co 308,980.47 

William Fleming 698.00 

Flynn Oil Company 8,093.01 

FMT Motor Sports 1 09.95 

Form Systems 100.00 

Foss Motors Chevrolet 62.79 

Richard & Janet Fox 1 77.47 

Freedom Tire Inc 2,565.90 

Fremont Animal Hospital 950.00 

Fremont Conservation Comm - BR 2,344.08 

Fremont Conservation Comm - LUCT 38,500.00 

Fremont Fireman's Association 1 ,351 .56 

Fremont FriendsofP& R- Reimb 223.00 

Fremont Glass and Garage Door 352.00 



Fremont Motors 924.90 

Fremont Pizzeria - Trustee lunches 3,856.42 

Fremont Postmaster 7,650.00 
Fremont School District 6,225,849.00 

Fremont Storage - Abatement 1 ,692.91 

Gall's Incorporated 422.89 

John Galloway - Abatement 3,555.75 

Game Time - Playground Equip 27,41 1 .00 

Gatchell Excavation Inc 800.00 

Gemforms 427.10 

Deborah Genthner - Reimbursement 30.30 

John Gilligan - Overpayment 6,049.00 

G M Drilling & Blasting 1 ,000.00 

Joe Gottlieb - Reimbursement 206.99 

Goulet Computer Consultants 559.00 

Graham Tire & Auto Inc 2,308.90 

Granite State Minerals 1 8,556.83 

Laura & Melody Grover 514.62 

Hallmark Copier Co Inc 285.00 

Ham Radio Outlet Inc 159.95 

Hannaford - Raymond 1,527.62 

HealthTrust 3,595.35 

Henderson Welding 2,193.00 

Laurie Henderson - Overpayment 6,231 .00 

The Herb Companion Magazine 22.00 

Richard Heselton - FD Reimb 648.33 

High Flying Flag Co 1 ,149.37 

Hillsboro Ford Inc 21.05 

Guerwood M Holmes - Equip Hire 84,361.50 

Leon F Holmes Jr - Equipment Hire 1 1 ,086.59 

Leon F Holmes Sr - Equipment Hire 13,110.00 

The Home Depot 254.56 

Robert & Barbara Hood 473.74 

Jeff Horton - Reimbursement 17.16 

Dennis Howland - Abatement 1 ,086.72 

Brett Hunter - FD Reimb 375.00 

Hurricane Electric 299.40 

Independent Compressor Srvc 460.50 

Industrial Protection Sen/ices LLC 1,600.00 

International Assoc of Fire Chiefs 200.00 

Interstate Arms Corp 776.85 

Interstate Emergency Unit 497.00 

Information Management Corporation 5,220.00 

International Code Council 452.00 

Internal Revenue Service 390.55 

Iron Wheel Inc 466.36 

Irwin Motors Inc 27,000.00 

Neal Janvrin - Reimbursement 432.42 

Jen Jaquith - Reimbursement 2,666.13 

Kevin Jessel 40.00 

JMT Transport 1,410.00 



96 



Joan's Flower Shed 

Johnson's Performance Center 

John Karcz - Reimbursement 

Robert Kennedy - Abatement 

KIDS Discover 

Charles Kimball - FD Reimb 

Renee King - Reimbursement 

William & Brooke Nickles - Abate 

Knowbuddy Resources 

Kustom Signals Inc 

L & D Safety Marking Corp 

L & P Auto 

Lamprey Health Care 

Arthur & Bonnie Lanseigne - Abate 

Vincent & Louise Laposta 

Yvette Lascola 

Fred LeClair Logging 

Fred & Joyce LeClair - Abatement 

Lennon Tool & Die 

Leo's Fuel Inc 

LHS Associates Inc 

Liberty Square Market 

Librarians' Book Express 

Fred & Lizanne Lindahl - Abatement 

Tim & Lauhe Lindeman - Abatement 

Lookout Books 

Lorman Education Services 

John & Mary Lovely 

Lynn Card Company 

Mad Science of So NH & No MA 

Lisa Maffei - Reimbursement 

Magnusson Farm 

Tom Mahon Drilling & Blasting Inc 

Ralph Mahoney and Sons Inc 

Pat Martel - Reimbursement 

Martin Road Automotive 

McFarland Ford Sales Inc 

Victor & Bernice Melnick - Abatement 

The Mercier Group PC 

Dan Mercuric - Reimbursement 

Fred & Jennifer Merrill 

Midamerica Books 

Lynda Miller - Reimbursement 

Moore Medical Corporation 

Morgan's Towing & Repairs 

R F Morse Turf & Ornamental 

Municipal Resources Inc 

Municipal Pest Mgmt Services Inc 

Nationsrent 

National Public Safety Information 

Neptune Inc 



130.00 


NERD Inc 


225.00 


159.95 


New England Barricade Corp 


4,336.79 


119.44 


New England Health Solutions 


3,625.00 


1,370.92 


New England Municipal Res Ctr Ltd 


1,098.00 


39.90 


NE Assoc of Chiefs of Police Inc 


60.00 


375.00 


NE State Police Information Network 


220.00 


29.97 


New Pig Corporation 


1,170.30 


2,175.56 


NFPA 


1.083.45 


865.68 


NH Assoc of Assessing Officials 


20.00 


7,460.00 


NH Assoc of Chiefs of Police Inc 


100.00 


4,086.00 


NH Assoc of Conservation Comm 


315.00 


1,806.85 


NH Assoc of Fire Chiefs 


75.00 


3,564.00 


NH Building Officials Association 


460.00 


211.89 


NH City & Town Clerk's Assoc 


190.00 


326.14 


NH Electric Cooperative Inc 


1,889.26 


9.23 


NH Govt Finance Officers Assoc 


170.00 


5,000.00 


NH Health Officers Assoc 


100.00 


1,218.49 


NH Library Trustees Assoc 


80.00 


44.80 


NH Local Government Center 


2,727.62 


659.70 


NH Local Govt Ctr - Insurance Trst 


28,594.70 


2,333.81 


NH Local Welfare Admin Assoc 


30.00 


30.00 


NH Login Information Network 


15.00 


787.63 


NH Magazine 


31.97 


926.55 


NH Municipal Management Assoc 


70.00 


1,396.80 


NH Office of Energy & Planning 


120.00 


749.85 


NH Retirement System 


19,237.25 


867.00 


NH SPCA 


450.00 


429.37 


NH State Firemen's Association 


510.00 


56.00 


NH Tax Collector's Association 


20.00 


300.00 


NH Treasurer - Sign Shop 


197.69 


220.00 


NH Treasurer - DRED 


100.00 


360.00 


NH Treasruer - DRED Forestry Whse 


25.00 


2,500.00 


NH Treasurer - DOL - Inspections 


150.00 


3,407.68 


NH Treasurer - Dept of Safety 


304.00 


89.88 


NH Treasurer - Secretary of State 


75.00 


200.59 


Newsweek 


40.00 


809.02 


Nextel Communications 


1,289.44 


160.04 


Joe Nichols - FD Reimbursement 


667.36 


5,400.00 


Northeast Resource Recovery 


611.61 


19.73 


NSA 


477.00 


35.28 


James & Elaine O'Brien - Abate 


165.69 


393.65 


Janice O'Bhen - Reimbursement 


76.86 


729.60 


Office Depot 


694.67 


43.37 


Ohental Trading Co 


2,031.13 


85.00 


P & S Sand & Gravel 


6,028.00 


1,138.00 


Palmer & Sicard Inc 


740.00 


30,527.98 


Palmer Gas Co Inc 


297.24 


11,200.00 


Donald Patch 


800.00 


748.25 


Tare Patten 


12.25 


125.10 


The Penworthy Company 


1,069.76 


5,247.85 


Perfects Camera 


2,064.90 



97 



Wayne Perkins, Fire Instructor 500.00 

Petra Paving I nc 6,812.00 

Petty Cash Disbursements 2,091.24 

Estate of Karen Philbricl<; - Abatement 4,993.44 

Pike Industries I nc 416.15 

Pitkin Construction Inc 300.00 

PJP Company Inc 22,212.50 

Plaistow Powersports 1,217.94 

Poole's Oil Burner Service 2,958.66 

Positive Promotions 270.99 

Public Policy Alliance for Housing 20.00 

Price Digests 205.00 

Primex 18,057.37 

Public Safety Center Inc 337.29 

Public Service Of New Hampshire 30,765.88 

Pulsar Alarm Systems Ltd 544.00 

Putney Press 29.90 

Quality Refreshment Srvc - Water 1,149.93 

Quest Diagnostics 391.66 

Quill Corporation 992.14 

Radio Grove Hardware 278.86 

Raymond Ambulance Inc 5.000.00 

Town of Raymond Dispatch Center 7,020.00 

Raymond Tool Rental 869.50 

Reader's Digest 10.00 

Red Hed Supply Inc 691.06 

Rehrig Pacific Company 1,150.00 

Reliable Corporation 59.24 

Retired Senior Volunteer Program 100.00 

Rexel CLS Electric Suppliers 669.37 

D F Richard Energy 1,312.77 

Richie McFarland Children's Center 5,100.00 

Riley's Sport Shop Inc 150.00 

Rite Aid - Raymond 67.00 

Robbins Auto Parts 1 16.32 

Rochester Motor Sports 505.36 

Rockingham County Comm Action 5,670.00 

Rockingham Nutr & Meals on Wheels 266.00 

Rockingham Planning Commission 17,324.00 

Rockingham County Reg of Deeds 547.92 

Rockingham County Treasurer 351,494.00 

Rockingham VNA & Hospice 3,437.00 

John & Marie Roderick - Abatement 405.87 

Erica Romano - Refund 155.00 

James R Rosencrantz & Sons 743.31 

Rowe's Gas Station 7,804.09 

Cheryl Rowell - Reimbursement 80.00 

Thomas Roy - Reimbursement 1,005.69 

S&S Worldwide 201.28 

A Safe Place 500.00 

Sagebrush Corporation 990.00 



Salem Fire Extinguisher 44.00 

Sam's Club 3,307.18 

Sandown Wireless 573.00 

Sanel Auto Parts 474.06 

George E Sansoucy PE 1 ,825.78 

Frank Sarra 395.00 

Schreiber's Collision Center LLC 3,812.21 

Scituate Concrete Pipe 3,407.90 

Douglas & Elizabeth Scott - Abate 507.79 

Seacoast Chief Fire Officers Assoc 75.00 

Seacoast Chief FOA - START Team 792.20 

Seacoast Child Advocacy Center 1 ,000.00 

Seacoast Hospice 800.00 

Seacoast Information Technology 1 ,01 2.50 

Seacoast Mills Building Supply Inc 1,297.05 

Seacoast Mental Health Center Inc 1,000.00 

Seacoast Newspapers 3,430.53 

Bertram Seaver 100.00 

Secondwind Water Systems Inc 200.40 

Richard & Colleen Sellenburg - Abate 380.85 

Sexual Assault Support Services 885.00 

Simard Gas & Oil 200.00 

Simplex / Grinnell LP 266.45 

Sirchie Finger Print Labs Inc 452.73 

Nathan Sitterly - Reimbursement 49.99 

Smart Apple Media 795.77 

SOS Survival Products 326.00 

Brenton Spaulding - Abatement 301 .26 

Society for Protection of NH Forests 90.00 

Southeast Reg Refuse Disp Dist 122,922.03 

SS Screenphnting 856.50 

Elizabeth Stanley - Abatement 1,106.16 

Staples Credit Plans 7,581 .83 

Stark & Son Machining 201 .73 

Station House Supply 755.17 

Stephens Publishing Company 31.90 

Larry Stilwell - Reimbursement 16.00 

Swamp Inc 21,000.00 

T & J Donuts Inc 496.79 

Taser International 225.00 

Taste of Home Magazine 19.98 

TCS Communications Corp 79.95 

Hayley Lane-Theriault 303.15 

Thomson Learning 212.63 

Phyllis Thompson 72.40 

TigerDirect.com 451.38 

Timberline Signs LLC 154.00 

TMDE Calibration Lab Inc 382.81 

Stephen Toohey Sr - Reimb 415.00 

Torromeo Ind - Kingston Ready-Mix 385.00 

Top Notch Apparel 513.00 



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Tower Publishing 100.50 

Towmasters Training 600.00 

Trans-Medic Transmission Clinic 139.90 

Treasurer State of NH - Vital Records 1 ,797.00 

Triangle Portable Services Inc 195.00 

Triple Nickel Tactical Supply 5,950.74 

Trustees of Trust Funds - CRF's 100,000.00 

Trustees of Trust Funds - Exp Tr Fnd 1 0,000.00 

Bruce Turner - Abatement 369.27 

Darrell Turner - FD Reimb 375.00 

Darrell Turner Carpentry 1 ,761 .00 

The Ultimate Bouquet 235.00 

UNH Technology Transfer Center 280.00 

UnlFirst Corporation 507.46 

Union Leader Corporation 127.92 

United States Postal Srvc Philat Ctr 947.70 

UPS for Less 293.09 

USI New England 439.20 

Utility Trailers of NE Inc 96.00 

Valley Transportation Inc 334.50 

Verizon 8,661 .99 

Vermont Recreational Surfacing 72.00 

Viking Office Products 258.51 

Village Market 117.25 

Visionary Systems Ltd 330.00 

Vision Appraisal Technology Inc 5,900.00 

Waste Management of NH 4,983.49 

Tom Waters 384.00 

Wear Guard 238.96 

Steve Wentworth - Brantley Corp 288.00 

West Group Payment Center 604.40 

Steve & Irene West - Overpmt 256.32 

Mary Wheaton-Pinder - Reimb 8.00 

Lynette Wheeler - Abatement 1 57.69 

When Seconds Count 498.70 

The Whittier Press 12,741 .37 

Williams Communications Services 6,372.55 

Janet Williamson 201.50 

Joy Wood - Reimbursement 269.85 

Maureen Woods - Abatement 162.52 

Yankee Magazine 24.00 

Kevin Zukas - FD Reimb 375.00 




295 Main Street 
Photo Courtesy of Heidi Carlson 




New Playground Installation 
Photo Courtesy of Bob Rydeen 




Historic Museum 
Photo Courtesy of Bob Rydeen 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2006 



DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 



ACREAGE ASSESSED VALUATION 



TOWN HALL - 295 MAIN STREET 

LAND AND BUILDING PARCEL 03-143 

FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 

HIGHWAY SHED - REAR OF TOWN HALL 
HISTORICAL MUSEUM - 8 BEEDE HILL ROAD 

LAND AND BUILDING PARCEL 03-048 

FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 
SAFETY COMPLEX - 425 MAIN STREET 

LAND AND BUILDING PARCEL 03-121 
POLICE DEPARTMENT - EQUIPMENT 
FIRE DEPARTMENT - EQUIPMENT 
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT & FORMER LANDFILL SITE 

LAND AND BUILDING PARCEL 02-031 
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT - EQUIPMENT 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 
FREMONT PUBLIC LIBRARY - 7 JACKIE BERNIER DRIVE 

LAND AND BUILDING PARCEL 02-163 

FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT 
PARKS COMMONS AND PLAYGROUNDS 

PARCEL 02-032 

PARCEL 02-035 AND BUILDING 
PRATT MEMORIAL PARK PARCEL 03-202 
OLDE MEETINGHOUSE - 464 MAIN STREET 
HISTORICAL SOCIETY BUILDING - 282 MAIN STREET 
VILLAGE CEMETERY PARCEL 02-001 .05 
CEMETERY PARCEL 03-1 15 
CEMETERY PARCEL 02-128 
CEMETERY PARCEL 01-072 
LEAVITT CEMETERY PARCEL 06-01 2 
SLEEPER CEMETERY PARCEL 06-037 
ELLIS SCHOOL - 432 MAIN STREET PARCEL 03-110 

LAND AND BUILDING 
SCHOOL LAND PARCEL 02-151 
SCHOOL LAND PARCEL 02-151.01 
SCHOOL PROPERTY - BEEDE HILL ROAD PARCEL 03-113 

D C HOWARD CONSTR INC PARCEL 02-022.33.2 
DUSTON LAND BOGGS BRIDGE PARCEL 01-036 
R & S REALTY LAND PARCEL 02-077.2A 
R & S REALTY LAND PARCEL 02-077.2B 
GLEN OAKES CONSERVATION LAND 02-156.2-1 
OAK RIDGE FOREST PARCEL 04-009 
OAK RIDGE FOREST PARCEL 04-010 
OAK RIDGE FOREST PARCEL 04-011 
OAK RIDGE FOREST PARCEL 04-012 
STONEYBROOK GREEN AREA PARCEL 06-011.01-45 
STONEYBROOK GREEN AREA PARCEL 06-011.01-46 
STONEYBROOK GREEN AREA PARCEL 06-011.01-61 
STONEYBROOK GREEN AREA PARCEL 06-011.01-62 



1.12 


389,300 




70,000 




8,700 


0.40 


115,100 




10,000 


11.87 


1,016,000 




90,000 




210,000 


44.00 


358,300 




45,000 




5,000 


3.13 


889,200 




360,000 




20,000 


1.50 


109,800 


14.77 


308,300 


0.46 


58,900 


0.56 


171,400 


0.02 


46,100 


0.40 





























7.90 


2,675,200 


83.30 


231,426 


4.00 


412 


0.50 


56,100 


2.62 


116,900 


4.00 


17,600 


3.10 


130,300 


0.19 


4,200 


312.08 


22,535 


25.00 


181,000 


34.00 


212,700 


26.00 


91,900 


32.00 


261,700 


7.54 


71,900 


1.06 


83,100 


5.22 


57,800 


6.93 


62,000 



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DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 



ACREAGE ASSESSED VALUATION 



CONSERVATION LAND PARCEL 01-021 

PARCEL 02-156.01-24 

AT RAYMOND TOWN LINE PARCEL 03-168.76 

AT RAYMOND TOWN LINE PARCEL 03-168.78 

PARCEL 07-115 

PARCEL 07-020 



1.00 
5.23 
0.30 
0.70 
0.92 
0.05 



10,000 

120,700 

4,600 

6,700 

93,400 
7,600 



SUBTOTAL 8,800,873 

ALL LAND AND BUILDINGS ACQUIRED BY TAX COLLECTORS DEED 



PARCEL 01-019 

PARCEL 02-009.01 

KELLY LAND PARCEL 02-038 

PETTENGILL LAND PARCEL 02-050 

FORMER HILCO PROPERTY PARCEL 02-073.02 

FORMER HILCO PROPERTY PARCEL 02-073.03 

PARCEL 03-005.01 

PARCEL 03-007.01 

FORMER FRAPE PROPERTY PARCEL 03-167.05 

FORMER R & S REALTY TR PROP PARCEL 03-169.58 

HAMLIN ESTATE PARCEL 04-004 

FORMER G & P REALTY TRUST PROP PARCEL 04-008 

HAMLIN ESTATE PARCEL 04-016 

OFF SAN ANTONIO DRIVE PARCEL 05-006.01 

OFF SAN ANTONIO DRIVE PARCEL 05-006.02 

HAMLIN ESTATE PARCEL 05-014 

FORMER SLEEPER PROPERTY PARCEL 05-047 

FORMER LYFORD HEIRS PROPERTY PARCEL 05-052 

FORMER ABOIA PROPERTY PARCEL 07-031.01 

FORMER SANDMAN PROPERTY PARCEL 07-106 

SUBTOTAL 



GRAND TOTAL ALL TOWN PROPERTY 

AS OF DECEMBER 31 , 2006 



7.00 


15,100 


0.66 


44,600 


0.48 


63,400 


1.47 


122,900 


8.01 


114,900 


5.92 


106,500 


0.14 


3,800 


0.37 


5,200 


0.67 


6,700 


18.19 


184,500 


15.50 


144,800 


35.91 


220,100 


5.00 


102,400 


1.16 


8,600 


1.16 


8,600 


12.00 


65,300 


1.67 


42,200 


10.00 


854 


0.13 


43,400 


0.12 


45,000 




1,348,854 




$10,149,727 



"Money iieivr Dindc n iiinii happy yet, )ior null it. 'There is iwtliuig in its nature 
to produce liappiness. Tlie more a man has, the more lie imnts. Instead of its filling 

a vaccuuni. it makes one. 

~ Ben Franklin 

'Even if I kueir that tomonxne tlie joorld jroiild go to pieces, I leoidd still plant my apple tree. 

~ Dr Martin Luther King Jr 



101 



REPORT OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Budget Committee members, Department Heads, the Town Administrator, Board of 
Selectmen, School board, SAU and District Personnel reviewed each element of the Town's 
Budget rationale at regularly schedule weekly meetings starting in November of 2006. The 
initial School budget was received in December, and reviewed by the Committee in the weeks 
that followed. 

The budget recommended by the Budget Committee was increased slightly over 
appropriations recommended by the Board of Selectmen in the Executive line and in the warrant 
article for Payments to Capital Reserve Funds. We felt that the amount placed in capital reserve 
for the police cruiser every other year should come closer to paying the fiill cost of the cruiser on 
its replacement schedule. 

It is estimated that the operating budget and warrant articles for the Town will be about a 
$0.15 increase in the municipal portion of the tax rate, over what was approved by DRA in 2006. 

The proposed operating budget for the school had increased by over $500,000 over last 
year. The Budget Committee cut a small amount from that request $41,597.00. This proposed 
budget is approximately a 6% increase in the operating budget. School officials are estimating 
an approximate $0.34 increase in the tax rate due to the school budget. 

The Budget Committee meets quarterly to review town and school budgets throughout 
the year. In November we begin a schedule of meeting weekly through December and January 
to complete our reviews with school and town officials. Meetings are generally held on Monday 
and Tuesday evenings at the Fremont Town Hall in the main floor meeting room at 7:00 pm. We 
also hold one public hearing on the final budget proposals, in the first week of February 
annually. Our meeting dates and minutes are posted to the Town's website at 
www.Fremont.nh.Rov on the Budget Committee page. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Kimball 
Chairman 



Individual commitment to a group effort -that is what makes a team xnork, a company work, a 

society ivork, a civilization work." 

-Vince Lombard! 
(1913 - 1970) US Football Coach 



102 



REPORT OF THE BUILDING OFFICIAL / CODE ENFORCEMENT DEPARTMENT 

From reports released by US Department of Housing and Urban development, new 
residential construction starts (nationally) were down nearly 22% from the rate sustained in 
2005. The Northeast was down more than 27%. Fremont was no different; while additions, 
pools, garages, farmers porches, decks and other various renovations remained very active in 
Fremont; there were limited new construction starts for calendar 2006. 

Commercial build activity relating to the Cooperage Comer project should create 
considerable activity by early year and likely the approved residential lots for Cooperage Forest 
will also add to the projected building activity in 2007 when the residential market returns. 
Over one hundred units of Elderly Housing, already approved but stalled for 2006. are projected 
to begin building in earnest by mid-year. 

Fremont was hard hit by heavy flooding in May of this year. The area of Tibbetts Road 
along the Exeter River was especially hard hit with sixteen homes being substantially damaged 
as a result of flood waters of more than three feet in depth. Many of those homes are now in the 
process of being replaced and some of the families remain displaced. 

We are making an effort to close out on historical permits that may have remained open 
for long periods of time. In many instances the contractor or owner simply has not notified or 
otherwise called the Building Inspector to complete the final inspections - while in other cases 
some of the work to complete the projects is taking longer than planned so the permits have been 
extended. Please remember to close out your permits; it is the responsibility of the permit 
holder to notify the Building Inspector for all scheduled inspections. 

The State of New Hampshire adopted the ICC 2000 edition of International Residential 
Code specific to detached one and two family dwellings and multiple single-family dwellings 
(townhouses) this year. This IRC Building Code is now state wide and provides for a statewide 
residential building code. The State had previously adopted other editions of the ICC building 
codes such as International Building Code. Plumbing Code, Mechanical Code, and Energy Code; 
as well as having a State Fire Code and an NFPA Life Safety Code. The State now has a fiill 
suite of building codes similar to the ICC codes in the existing Fremont Zoning Ordinance. We 
(Fremont) are now able to adopt by reference, the State Building Codes and still maintain a fiall 
compliment of minimum building and safety practices. 

Info sheets covering some of the provisions and code points encountered during building 
activities have been posted to Fremont's web site. Visit the web site at www.lVcmont.nJi.uox . 

If anyone ever has any concerns or comments - or simply would like to ask a question - 
please do not hesitate to contact me. The Building Inspector's phone number is 895-3200 x 18 
or visit the web site at \\\ \\\.frcmont.nh.uo\ . 

I want to again take this opportunity to thank all the members of the building community 
and the construction trade professionals for being so very helpful throughout the year. 



103 



One last point: the specifications in the building code are but a minimum standard. You 
can always improve upon the guidelines in the code. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thorn Roy 

Building Official/Code Enforcement 

Detail makeup of some of the key permit types for 2006: 



Garages 


2 


Pools 


11 


Decks/Porches 


9 


Additions 


15 


Sheds>100SqFt 


9 


Renovations 


9 


Other 


6 


Flood Related 


10 


Trade Permits 


263 






Dwelling Units 


6 single family dwelling units 


Duplex Units 


1 duplex units for a total of 2 units 


Multi-Family Units 


multi-family structures 




Scribner Road - May 2006 
After the rains stopped 

Photo Courtesy of Betty Stanley 



104 



REPORT OF THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The financial aspect of the Glen Oakes purchase was declared complete in May 2006 
after receipt of the final S20,000 in grant money. The 312-acre Glen Oakes property officially 
opened to the public with the unveiling of a newly purchased Conservation Area sign in August 
2006. The Commission engaged Charles Moreno to develop a Forest & Wildlife Management 
plan for the property, which is projected to be complete by January 2008. 

A grant to create a loop trail in the southern portion of the Oak Ridge Conservation Area 
was received in late summer. The landing area generated during the last timber harvest has been 
converted into a small parking area. The local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts & other volunteers spent 
a total of 145 hours clearing and constructing a loop trail during the fall. The trail is expected to 
be complete by the summer of 2007. .- . 

The Commission hopes to have a Town Forest Ordinance that will cover both the Glen 
Oakes and Oak Ridge Conservation areas by the late spring of 2007. 

Based on favorable recommendations from the Open Space Committee, the Conservation 
Commission authorized appraisal on two properties and subsequently made an offer to purchase 
on one of the properties, which was not accepted. We expect more opportunities to be available 
in 2007 as the Open Space Committee works their outreach plans. 

The Commission discussed the scope of work required to complete phase II of the Prime 
Wetland Study for Fremont with Mark West of West Environmental. We obtained a grant for 
45% of the cost of the project from the NH Estuaries Program & commissioned Mr. West to 
conduct the study, which we expect to be complete by the end of 2007. 

Commission member Tina Sturdivant became a representative to the Exeter River Local 
Advisory Committee (ERLAC). Signs obtained through ERLAC intended to be located at road 
crossings of the Exeter River will be installed by the summer of 2007. 

In addition, the Commission discharged its responsibilities to monitor compliance with 
environmental laws, participated in site walk inspections, reviewed, deliberated and commented 
on various projects to the Zoning and Planning Boards. 

Respectililly submitted. 

The Fremont Conservation Commission 



"TJie most important liumnn endeavor is the striving for morality in our actions. Our inner 
balance, and even our veiy existence depends on it. Only morality m our actions can give 

beauty and dignity to our lives." 

~ Albert Einstein 
105 



REPORT OF THE OPEN SPACE COMMITTEE 

2006 proved to be another productive year for the Open Space Committee. 

At Town Meeting a bond proposal in the amount of $1,000,000 for the acquisition of land 
and/or conservation easements for the purpose of protecting open space, was passed by the 
voting body. Since that time. Open Space has been working to identify areas of town having the 
highest natural resource value. In early spring, we received a service grant from the Natural 
Resources Outreach Coalition (NROC) to help us with our work. In addition to the service grant, 
we were provided with a financial grant from NROC enabling us, along with input from the 
Conservation Commission and Future Land Use Group to contract with Rockingham Planning 
Commission for creation of a Natural Resource Inventory Report to accompany the NRI maps 
that we already have. The goal of this project is to have a comprehensive report of our natural 
resources that will be incorporated into the Master Plan in the near future. 

We began discussion of the creation of a written document outlining conservation 
priorities for the future, while reviewing similar policies that are being used by surrounding 
towns. 

During the latter half of the year, we began preparation for a Landowner Workshop to be 
held in early 2007. The focus of the workshop will be to provide landowners with information 
on conservation easements and how they benefit both the landowner and the town. 

All in all, it has been a great year and we would like to sincerely thank everyone who has 
supported our efforts in 2006. As always, our monthly meetings are open to the public, and new 
members are welcome. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Open Space Committee 




Playground Install at Memorial Fields - September 2006 
Photo Courtesy of Renee King 



106 



REPORT OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 

The year 2006 has past (time sure flies when you get my age). As the town grows, so do 
the calls for service. The emergency calls and the administration of the department, such as 
inspections, water supplies, reports, etc have increased immensely. Fremont has its first pressure 
hydrant and two more low pressure hydrants. One of these is located at Governor's Forest and 
another at the Gristmill Subdivision. 

Training is going well. Everyone has completed the incident command system course. 
Our in house training is also doing well. We have trained in auto extrication and pumper 
operation. We have done some Haz Mat training also. We do this once or twice a month, 
depending on the schedules of the members. 

Membership continues to increase. The day time coverage is still a problem, but we 
usually get 6 or 7 firelighters on an average for these day time calls. 

The Department continues to do well with Homeland Security Grants of $75,000.00. 
This year we got (25) twenty-five new multi-channel radios for intra-operating with all 
jurisdictions. This covers New Hampshire towns and cities as well as part of Maine and 
Vermont. We also got a grant to replace all our large disaster hose (LDH) at a cost of 
$19,000.00. In a case such as this we only have to pay 5% of the cost. The hose we are 
replacing is 25 years old and was tested this summer and 600 feet failed the test. 

The Officers of the Fire Department and Members of the Rescue Squad have worked well 
to make a smooth transition which is to be a reality in March of 2007. A lot of time has been 
spent in working out the many details that need to be addressed for the joining of both agencies. 

The Forest Fire calls were few this year. We had only one busy week and the rest of the 
season, we had sufficient rain to keep this under control. 

This spring we had serious flooding of many homes which were destroyed or damaged in 
the Tibbetts Road area. We also had the road washed out at the dam on Scribner Road. This 
caused the road to be closed for several months. The Fire Department manned the station for 24 
hours a day for several days. The new utility vehicle proved well worth having through this 
ordeal. 

This year, it is my understanding, that CANDLES have now become the NUMBER ONE 
cause of home fires and HEATING DEVICES are the SECOND. Please be VERY CAREFUL 
in the use of both. Please use extreme caution with the use of portable and unvented devices in 
your homes. 

Remember to change batteries in your smoke and CO detectors. When you change your 
clock twice a year, is a good time to do this and make sure they are working AT ALL TIMES. 
Smoke detectors and CO detectors DO SAVE LIVES. 



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There was a marked increase in the request for burning permits. This is a good thing as it 
means more people are paying attention to the State of New Hampshire rules and regulations 
from the Forestry Department and Department of Environmental Services. To get a permit, call 
Raymond Dispatch at 895 4222. They will have a Fremont Duty Officer call you back. Burning 
permit regulation folders are available in the lobby of the Fremont Safety Complex, at the Town 
Hall, and on the Fire Department page on the Town's website at uww.Fremont.nh.uov . 

House numbers should be visible from the street of your home, not on mailbox if it is 
across the street. This makes it easier to locate your home in case of an emergency. 

I also wish to thank the Fire Department Personnel for giving so much of their time to the 
Department and to their spouses for letting them. My thanks to the Police. Highway. Rescue and 
Town Office personnel for their help and support. 

Respectfiilly submitted, 

Richard C Heselton 
Fire Chief 

INCIDENTS REPORTED FOR THE YEAR 2006 



Structure fires 


3 


Furnace Problem 


1 


Mutual Aid 


21 


Odor Investigation 


1 


Chimney Fire 





Public Assist 


2 


Carbon Monoxide 


2 


Funeral Details 


2 



Vehicle Fire 


I 


Electrical 


1 


Alarm Sounding 


19 


Med Flight 





Motor Vehicle Crash 


16 


Woods/Brush 


5 


HaZ Mat Incident 


10 


Illegal Bum 


4 


Missing Person 


1 


Weather Related 


13 


Power Outage 


6 






Smoke Investigations 


6 






TOTAL INCIDENTS 114 






le Departments 


10 

12 

20 

15 

12 

101 







Department Monthly Meetings 
Heating Device Inspections 
Training Sessions 
Officer's Meetings 
Outdoor burning permits issued 



TOTAL all incidents, inspections, permits and meetings 274 

" Volunteers don 7 necessarily have the time; they Just have the heart. " 

~ Author Unknown 



108 



REPORT OF THE FOREST FIRE WARDEN AND STATE FOREST RANGER 

The Fremont Forest Fire Warden, Fire Department, and the State of New Hampshire 
Division of Forests & Lands work collaboratively to reduce the risk and frequency of wildland 
fires in New Hampshire. To help us assist you, please contact your local Forest Fire Warden or 
Fire Department to determine if a permit is required before doing ANY outside burning. In 
Fremont, you can reach the fire duty officer by calling Raymond Dispatch at 895 4222. Permits 
are not issued generally until late in the afternoon when evening weather conditions are known. 

Under State law (RSA 227-L:17) a fire permit is required for all outside burning unless 
the ground is completely covered with snow. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental 
Services also prohibits the open burning of household waste. Citizens are encouraged to contact 
the local fire department or DES at 1-800-498-6868 or wwvv.des.state.nh.us for more 
information. Safe open burning requires diligence and responsibility. Help us to protect New 
Hampshire's forest resources. For more information please contact the Division of Forests & 
Lands at (603) 271-2214. or online at www.nhdfi.org . 

Fire activity was very high during the first several weeks of the 2006 fire season, with 
red-flag conditions issued by the National Weather Service and extreme fire danger in many 
sections of the state. The largest forest fire during this period occurred in late April and burned 
98 acres. The extremely dry conditions in spring resulted in over twice the amount of acreage 
burned than in all of 2005. Our statewide system of fire lookout towers is credited with keeping 
most fires small and saving several structures this season due to their quick and accurate spotting 
capabilities. Fires in the wildland urban interface damaged 6 structures, a constant reminder that 
forest fires bum more than just trees. Homeowners should take measures to prevent a wildland 
fire from spreading to their home. Precautions include keeping your roof and gutters clear of 
leaves and pine needles, and maintaining adequate green space around your home free of 
flammable materials. Additional information and homeowner recommendations are available at 
wwA\.firewise.oriz . Please help Smokey Bear, the Fremont Fire Department and the State's 
Forest Rangers by being fire wise and fire safe! 

2006 FIRE STATISTICS 

(All fires reported as of November 8, 2006) 
(figures do not include fires on the White Mountain National Forest) 



COUNTS 


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County 


Acres 


# of Fires 


Belknap 


39 


76 


Carroll 


27 


44 


Cheshire 


42 


38 


Coos 


104 


30 


Grafton 


53 


24 


Hillsborough 


75 


114 


Merrimack 


40 


91 


Rockingham 


74 


49 


Strafford 


10 


26 


Sullivan 


8 


8 



109 



120 










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CAUSES OF FIRES REPORTED 



Arson 


15 


Campfire 


24 


Children 


13 


Smoking 


50 


Debris 


284 


Railroad 


3 


Equipment 


4 


Lightning 


1 



Total Fires Total Acres 



Misc.* 



2006 


500 


473 


2005 


546 


174 


2004 


482 


147 


2003 


374 


100 



106 (*Misc.: power lines, fireworks, electric fences, etc.) 



Forest fire regulations are available on the Town's website at www. Fremont. nh. gov on 
the Fire Department page. Also, during farest fire season, we daily post the fire danger class day 
so that you could determine if it is suitable to bum. Red flag warnings and NO BURN alerts are 
also posted on the website whenever possible. 

You can reach the Fremont Fire Department at 895 9634. The Chief, who is also the 
Forest Fire Warden, has hours Tuesday and Thursdays fi"om 10:00 am to 12 noon at the Safety 
Complex. 



ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT WILDLAND FIRE! 



'On matters of style, swim xvith the current. On matters of principle, stand like a rock. 

~ Thomas Jefferson 



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REPORT OF THE HEALTH OFFICER 

Thank you to everyone for helping to keep Fremont a heaUhy and happy place to live. 

We were fortunate not to find human cases of EEE nor West Nile Virus in our Town this 
year. But every town around us did so be glad we have someone watching those larvae for us. 
Thanks to the Selectmen for spraying the school fields and the ball fields just as school started. 

Make sure your pets have their rabies shots on schedule. If you see a nocturnal wild 
animal wandering around during the daytime, assume it has rabies and notify the Animal Control 
Officer who can be reached through Rockingham Dispatch at 679 2225. 

Those tiny deer ticks were everywhere this past summer and into fall because of the 
weather. They cause Lyme disease and some people were infected. Dress to protect yourself 
and your children when you plan on being outside. Check your children and your pets for deer 
ticks when they come inside fi-om playing. Remember, deer ticks are tiny and sometimes hard to 
see. 

Meningitis is already a health risk again, so please seek treatment if you have suspicious 
symptoms. Wash your hands often. Cover that cough and that sneeze. 

My thanks to all Town Officials and employees for helping to make my job easier. Let 
us all continue to be involved in helping to make Fremont a cleaner and healthier town. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Trudie Butler 
Health Officer 



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FREMONT IN REVIEW - 2006 - REPORT OF THE TOWN HISTORIAN 

The winter of 2005-2006 was fortunately a very mild one considering the high heating oil 
& propane costs for that winter season. 2006 will also be remembered for the high gasoline costs 
that reached over $3.00 per gallon by August thus forcing many Americans to curtail any 
unnecessary spending until prices went down. It became quite apparent during the summer of 
2006 just how much fuel prices impact our lives, wallets, and freedom. With high gas prices, 
people eliminated or downsized vacation plans, curtailed home-improvement projects, 
frequented restaurants, shops, movie theaters, sporting events less. Many Americans tried to sell 
or trade in thefr gas-guzzling SUV's, vans, and pick-up trucks. Suddenly, for the first time since 
1973/74 Americans learned first hand just how much fuel costs impact nearly everything they do 
or buy. Fortunately, gas prices began to drop down by mid September to roughly $2.00 a gallon, 
but after the November national election, prices gradually climbed back up to an average of 
$2.32 per gallon. Thankftilly, due to another unusually warm autumn and early winter, heating 
oil prices stabilized to an average of roughly $2.49 per gallon, therefore heating costs did not 
exceed the much anticipated higher prices that were expected to exceed $3.00 to $3.50 a gallon. 
April was the driest month on record since 1954 and ironically May became the rainiest month 
since 1954. June was the 2nd rainiest month on record in NH. 

The weather event of the year was the Mother's Day Flood of 2006 that occurred on 
Sunday, May 14. This flood was the worst flood to affect Fremont since the Great Flood of 
March 1936. The 1936 Flood ripped off the large two-story ell on Bassett's Mill (now Collin's 
Pattern & Molding Mill) at 130 Scribner Road and sent it down the Exeter River. It also flooded 
many paved and unpaved roads around town at the time as well as damaged several low-lying 
houses throughout the region. Just like the October 1996 Flood that damaged many homes 
bordering the Exeter River, Piscassic River, Lovering's Brook, Great Brook, and Red Brook, the 
Mother's Day Flood of 2006 also caused considerable damage to several homes along those 
various tributaries in Fremont, especially within Tibbs Grove. This serious flood washed away 
part of Scribner Road at Cavil Mill Pond a.k.a. Turner's Pond that is part of the Exeter River. 
The Piscassic River turned most of the huge fields belonging to the Peterson Family on Martin 
Road into a sizable-looking lake. Bog Bridges on Sandown Road near the Sandown town line, 
Clough's Bridge on Danville Road, Copyhold Bridge on the Fremont-Brentwood line on Main 
Street (Route 107), Brown's Bridge on Leavitt Road, Woodman's Causeway on Beede Road 
were all flooded over as was the Sleeper/Ingall's Bridge on Martin Road. It was the first time 
since 1936 that Lovering's Brook in Fremont Village actually flooded over Main Street, as did 
Great Brook south of Glidden Hill on Sandown Road, and Red Brook at Red Brook Road & 
Main Street which flooded and washed away part of the road causing a long waterfall to spill 
over the road embankment. Because Scribner Road was washed away at Cavil Mill Pond, the 
road was closed until it could be repaired in late July. 

Other notable events of the year included the following: 

Fuller Park was built in April between 258 & 272 Main Street in Fremont Village. It is 

named after Albert "Pokey" & Ruth (Hall) Fuller who were prominent citizens that did much 
for Fremont. Pokey served as Rockingham County Commissioner from 1955 to 1964. 

At the 242nd Annual Town Meeting & Elections voters defeated for a second year in a row a 
petition to adopt SB-2 (Senate Bill 2) to replace Fremont's traditional Town Meeting form of 
government by a vote of 265 to 223. An earlier attempt to also adopt SB-2 for the Fremont 

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School District failed back in 2004. Voters also approved a $1,000,000 Open Space Bond 
for the purpose of preserving some of our natural environment before being turned into 
housing developments. It passed by a 2/3 rds vote of 1 1 5 to 5 1 . 

Fremonters also took a big step to preserve the architectural integrity of Fremont Village by 
adopting a zoning ordinance called "The Fremont Village District" by a vote of 339 to 120. 
This ordinance requires all new buildings built in Fremont Village between 236 Main Street 
(Rislove Residence) & 7 Jackie Bemier Drive (The Fremont Public Library) to conform to a 
Georgian, Colonial, Victorian, Greek, Gothic, Federal, or Colonial 

Revival architectural style so as to help preserve for perpetuity the architectural integrity of 
the 18th & 19th Centuries within Fremont before the landmarks that make Fremont special 
disappear through fire or demolition. 

Voters also approved $30,000 to spray mosquito breeding places around town to help prevent 
or minimize an outbreak of the West Nile Virus which has taken lives around New England 
in previous years - one as close a Newton, NH. 

After much debate, voters approved consolidating the Fremont Rescue Squad into the 
Fremont Fire Department by a vote of 90 to 64. The Fremont Rescue Squad was founded 
back in 1 984 and admirably provided a very valuable and useftil service through the years. 

At the Annual Fremont School District Meeting 61 voters unanimously approved seceding 
from SAU #14 which consisted of Chester, Epping & Fremont. Fremont voted to form its 
own SAU. 

At a special February 7th Election, Fremont & Epping voters elected Perm Brown of Epping 
over Brande McLean of Fremont to replace State Representative Robert Dodge of Fremont 
who resigned the position in late 2005. 

On Thursday, June 15th Groundbreaking Ceremonies took place off Spaulding Drive (behind 
the old Spaulding & Frost Cooperage) for the new Cooper's Village Retail Plaza complex. 
This 2-story stone- fronted 9-unit business and overhead 9-unit apartment complex is 
expected to open sometime in 2007. 

Other new business operations in Fremont included the opening of Panzanella's II Restaurant 
at 665 Main Street in mid May replacing the former Jimmy Dean's Restaurant. Panzanella's 
closed in late summer and was replaced with Poplin Cafe in October. Dee's Cat & K-9 
Grooming Shop opened in August at 21 Main Street. 

The Fremont Garden Club erected a stone monument on July 22nd in front of the Town Hall 
dedicating a new tree planted in memory of all those who have given their lives in the War 
■ On Terrorism. During the year the Garden Club continued their mission of decorating and 
improving various Fremont sites with the planting of flowers, shrubs, and holiday 
decorations in front of the Old 1800 Meeting House, Historical Museum, Town Hall, etc. 

The Fremont Open Space Committee dedicated the Glen Oakes Conservation Area on 

August 26th. Nearly 50 residents witnessed the dedication of the 313acre preserve located in 
and around Spruce Swamp at the end of Andreski Drive. The Oakes Kent Lawrence Family 
worked with the Fremont Open Space Committee & The Society for the Protection of New 
Hampshire Forests in 2005 to sell the property to the Town of Fremont so that this important 
conservation area & aquifer could forever be enjoyed by generations of Fremonters. 
The Fremont Historical Society celebrated its 40th anniversary in September and held a large 
Country Crafts Fair on September 16th that attracted 36 vendors and nearly 400 guests. Over 
300 visited the Fremont Historical Museum during the event. Ian Grotenhuis, of Fremont, a 
member of the Derry Boy Scouts, built and erected several white colonial-style historical 

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markers at several cemeteries around Fremont as well as signs marking the sites of both the 
1802 and 1 820 Poplin Town Pound sites. As a result, he attained the rank of Eagle Scout. 
Congratulations Ian!! 

On October 23 a serious fire damaged the 1 Vi story house at 319 Main Street currently 
owned by Tim & Laurie Lindeman, and formerly owned by Freeman & Norine Emerson who 
operated Emerson's Store in the adjoining barn between 1931 and 1948. This house was 
built in 1 893 by Wilcomb H. Benfield who rented it until the Emersons purchased it in 1928 
and lived in it until Norine died in 2001 at the age of 1 00. 

Frost Lane named in honor of Stephen A. Frost of Spaulding & Frost Cooperage fame and a 
former NH Executive Councilor - and Moose Circle so named because a moose was seen 
wandering the neighborhood - both Fremont roads were laid out and paved in 2006. 
The Fremont Lightning Girfs U14 Division 11 team won the championship for the New 
Hampshire Youth Soccer League. They beat the Stratham Strikers in a hard fought playoff 
that ran into two overtime halves. Fremont then played against Londonderry for the state 
championship losing in a nail-biter 1-0. This is the first girls soccer team to play in the state 
finals and they have outscored their opponents 40 to 16 in an amazing 22 games. They also 
had 1 1 shut outs! 

The impressive Seacoast United Soccer Complex located off Shirking Road opened in May. 
It is mostly located in Epping with a portion of a playing field located in Fremont. This 
soccer complex attracts hundreds of spectators from all over the northeastern U.S. 
The 21st Annual Fremont Grass & Water Crossing Championship took place on Peterson's 
Brookvale Farm on Martin Road over Columbus Day Weekend in October. The weather was 
fantastic during the entire weekend and thus attracted well over 20,000 spectators again from 
all across the US and Canada. 

Fremont People in the News 

Fonner Fremonter Robert Danderson who currently is serving his third term as Mayor of 
Berlin, NH, ran unsuccessfully in 2006 for Congress against U.S. Rep. Charles Bass. 
Annmarie Scribner became the first female Town Moderator to conduct a Fremont Town 
Meeting in 2006. Gertrude Butler was elected to the position in 1983 but Robert Rydeen 
conducted the Town Meeting in 1984 in her place. 

Three Fremonters died unexpectedly all within two weeks of each other early in the year. 
Floyd Kelly was a dedicated citizen who died March 1 8th and made several generous 
donations towards various worthy Fremont projects through the years. He served in the US 
Navy and was assigned to the recovery mission of the first manned space flight piloted by 
Astronaut Alan Shepard in 1961 . Marilyn Gates died in a tragic car accident in Dallas, Texas 
on March 26th. She served Fremont in a variety of capacities over the years, and as an 
airline stewardess was scheduled to be on the same American Airlines Flight 1 1 that crashed 
into the World Trade Center on 9/1 1/2001 - she escaped certain death only because she had 
to take a family member to an unexpected doctor's appointment that same day. During 
Marilyn's ftineral on April 1st word circulated that Town Moderator and former Fremont 
Police Chief Raymond Bernier had passed away that morning. Ray was a member of the 
Fremont Historical Society and was well known for his great sense of humor and 
commitment to worthy Fremont causes. Other notable passings in the year included Alice 
Tarbox - fonner Fremont Town Office Assistant, Helen Bickford - one of the three members 
of the well-known 1960's Fremont all-girl band called 'The Shaggs," and Alice Marie 

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Vanasse who was the oldest-known living Fremont native dying August 20 at the age of 108 
in Dayville, CT. Rose Boden, Dorothy Carder, Vera Crooker, Stephen Heselton, Edward 
Morrison and Pastor Harold Small - all longtime past or present Fremont residents passed 
away as well in 2006. 

Again, many thanks to all the people in Fremont who work so hard in large and small 
ways to help keep our town such a great place to live and raise a family in. Have a terrific 2007! 

Respectfully submitted, 

Matthew E Thomas 
Town Historian 



Town Hall Memorial «& Tree Dedication 




This tree is dedicated to those who have given their lives in the War on 
Terrorism and is a symbol of Freedom. 

June 6, 2006 

By 

The Fremont Garden Club 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

CIRCULATION: 

Adult Fiction 4,306 

Adult Non-Fiction 1,353 

Young Adult 849 

Children 7,915 

Other Media: Audios 2,954 

Videos 
CD's 
DVD's 

Computer Software 
Puzzles, Games 

TOTAL CIRCULATION: 17,377 

We now have approximately 1200 library card holders. 



Respectililly submitted, 

Barbara B Bassett 
Librarian 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

The Fremont Library Trustees are pleased to report that 2006 was another very active and 
productive year at the Library. The trustees and library staff continue to work very hard to meet 
the library needs of a growing community in as cost-effective and creative manner as possible. 
Circulation at the Fremont Library continues to increase significantly with 17,377 books and 
items circulated in 2006. Compare this circulation with 4,347 just five years ago in 2001, the 
15,181 circulation in 2005, and it becomes clearly apparent that Fremonters are pleased to have a 
library facility that truly meets the various needs, services, and demands of a continually growing 
community. 

Just as important, the trustees and staff continue to work hard to provide services and 
library needs in as cost-effective a manner as is humanly possible. Between the dedicated fund- 
raising efforts sponsored by the Fremont Friends and the Fremont Library Association, monies 
are frequently being raised to offset the cost of necessary items that would otherwise need to be 

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raised through taxation. One example of this is the new $2,100.00 library maintenance shed 
purchased in late 2006 with monies raised from the annual Library Golf Tournament fundraisers. 
The Library Trustees are also pleased to report that the annual library budget continues to be the 
third lowest budget out of 37 towns and cities within Rockingham County which is the second 
fastest growing region in New Hampshire. Only Newfields (population 1,700) and South 
Hampton, (population 877) have lower library budgets. Towns like East Kingston, Kensington, 
Newington, Hampton Falls, and New Castle, all with considerably smaller populations than 
Fremont, have significantly higher library budgets. 

Fremonters therefore can take pride knowing that their library tax dollars are being 
stretched in as frugal and sensible a manner as can be expected. These savings could not be 
accomplished were it not for the many people who work diligently to either ftindraise or donate 
essential library items for the benefit of our community. For this we THANK everyone who 
unselfishly supports the Fremont Public Library in both large and small ways. 

Children's Story Times and Summer Reading Programs continue to expand and are 
thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated. Our Children's Librarian, Lynda Miller, works very hard 
(and creatively) to continually provide truly outstanding children's reading programs and 
services. 

The Community Room only continues to prove what a genuine asset it is to the town. It 
is used by numerous town boards and organizations for meetings and public programs. Seldom, 
an evening goes by when it isn't being utilized. 

The 6th Annual Fremont Public Library Golf Tournament was again held in September at 
the Apple Hill Golf Course in East Kingston raising nearly S4,000 again! Needless to say, the 
trustees and library staff sincerely thank all those who diligently continue supporting this very 
worthwhile fundraising endeavor and who have great flin doing it. 

The Fremont Friends of the Library continues to provide many worthwhile services to the 
library. Their hard work, support, and generosity are genuinely appreciated. The Friends 
welcome all those who enjoy books and promoting worthy library services, to join them. Please 
contact the library for more information. 

Also, we are extremely grateful to the library staff who work incredibly hard to make our 
library so useful and welcoming. Again, we also thank Dick Rand for keeping the library 
building and grounds so neat and attractive all year long. 

Respectftilly submitted, , . 

John J Hennelly, Chairman 
Barbara D Baker 
Matthew E Thomas 

"No net of kindness, no matter hoxv small, is ever ivasted." 

~ Aesop 

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REPORT OF THE PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION 

The Town of Fremont's Parks and Recreation Commission oversees recreational 
programs and activities for the Fremont community and the maintenance and management of 
Fremont Memorial Park. 

Fremont Parks and Recreation sponsored several community activities in 2006, including 
the annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Spring at Fremont Memorial Park, the Halloween Party at 
Ellis School in October, and the Christmas Tree Lighting in December at the Safety Complex. 
These events were well attended and many community members showed their support by 
attending as well as volunteering with a helping hand. These events have become Town 
traditions and are always a lot of fun. 

Camp Fremont, the summer recreation program, was very successful with over 58 
children participating. This program is a six-week recreation program for Fremont children 
between grades one and eight. The program was based at Ellis School this year and the children 
enjoyed many fun field trips, arts and crafts, and games as well as educational activities. The 
program included a canoe trip, a tour of Fenway Park, field trips to the zoo, beach, Seacoast 
Science Center, and Canobie Lake Park, and rock climbing. This year, the program was directed 
by Ms. Jen Jaquith. Jen was phenomenal in her first year as Director and we anticipate great 
things for the 2007 summer program. 

The community enjoyed many games, tournaments and other activities at Fremont 
Memorial Park during the baseball, softball, and soccer seasons. Ellis School held their annual 
Field Day at the Park as well. Improvements to the Park during 2006 include a new basketball 
court, which will be completed in the spring of 2007. 

After three years of fundraising, and Town approval for remaining funds last March, we 
purchased new playground equipment for Fremont Memorial Park. The playground was 
installed in September as a community-build project. Site work was donated by Lennon Corp 
and many volunteers from the community spent their entire day erecting the playground. Our 
children now have a wonderful safe playground to enjoy for many years to come. 

We are dedicated to continuing these successful programs and we are always seeking 
new ideas to build the community through recreational activities and programs. Without 
volunteers from the community, the success of our activities would not be possible. We would 
like to recognize the special time and effort of organizations such as the Fremont Athletic 
Association, PTA, Ellis school employees, the Board of Selectmen, Town Office Staff, and 
everyone who supported us during the year. 

Respectftally submitted, 

Renee M King 

Angelo Amengual Jon Benson 

Deb Genthner JeffRowell 



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Playground Installation 
08 September 2006 

L to R: Renee King, Jay Lennon, 

Andrew Melvin, Deb Genthner, 

and Jackie Felt 

Photo courtesy of Dick Rand 
And Renee King 



'Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful , committed citizens can change the xvorld; 

indeed, it's tlie only thing that ever lias." 

~ Margaret Mead 



Playground Installation 
08 September 2006 

Volunteers assisting with the 
groundbreaking work! 

Photo Courtesy of 
Renee King 




"Volunteers are somebody! Somebody xvho cares, Somebody who devotes time without pay. 
Somebody who praises all, large or small and Somebody xvho has a common bond xvith otlters to 

make things better." 

~ American Red Cross Newsletter, On National Volunteer Week 2002 



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REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD 

2006 was a busy year for your Planning Board. The sluggishness of new construction has 
allowed the Board to concentrate on many changes to the Subdivision Regulations, Site Plan 
Review Regulations, Excavation Regulations and Zoning Ordinances to continue to meet the 
ever-growing needs of our community. 

The Board has been very actively working with our Rockingham Planning Commission 
Circuit Rider, David West, to create a proposed Fremont Zoning District Ordinance, inclusive of 
an Open Space Preservation Ordinance, and related Map. This will be on the 2007 ballot for the 
voters. 1 would like to recognize the hard work put in by the Future Land Use Committee for 
getting us to the point of having drafts for the proposed ordinance. 

Mr. West has been very active with us this year attending each Planning Board meeting 
and providing additional support as needed between meetings. Mr. West also continues to work 
closely with the Planning Board to update several chapters of the Master Plan. 

In mid 2006 the Board began collecting information to be used in the update of the 
Capital Improvements Program. We hope to have this update fmished in 2007. In conjunction 
with the CIP, we also hope to have the Impact Fee Ordinance updated. 

The Board also reviewed and acted upon the following proposals: 

The creation of Site Plan Review Regulations for the newly adopted Village District 

5 Subdivisions resulting in the creation of 1 5 new lots 
Lot Merger 

Lot Line Adjustments 

New Excavation Permits incidental to construction 

6 Excavation Renewal Permits 
2 Site Plan Reviews 

2 Site Plan Review Amendments 

1 Roadway Connection 

Peter Gibb and Kevin Herrmann departed in 2006. 1 would like to thank them for their 
years of dedicated service as Planning Board Members and as Chairman. 

1 would like to give special thanks to our Recording Secretary and Land Use 
Administrative Assistant Meredith Bolduc. 

We are always looking for new volunteers to the Planning Board. Your input is valuable 
and we welcome you to come out and join us. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Larry Stilwell 

Planning Board Chairman 

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FREMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT 
' MISSION STATEMENT 

The mission of the Fremont Police Department is to protect our residents and all those 
who pass through our community by establishing high standards of impartial and professional 
law enforcement. We as dedicated officers must learn from the past, meet the present challenge, 
and plan for the future. 




Fremont Police Color Guard honoring a fallen "Brother" 
Manchester Officer Michael Briggs October 2 1 , 2006 

During 2006 we saw an increase in patrol activity, including 5270 calls for service. We 
did 416 directed patrols, 616 vacant house checks, and 4198 business checks. There were 1022 
motor vehicles stopped that resulted in 255 summonses and 767 warnings issued. We arrested 
80 individuals. We had 231 court cases. Our O.H.R.V. patrol resulted with 1971 machines being 
checked with 70 warnings and 39 summonses being issued. As the Town of Fremont continues 
to grow, the strain on all emergency services will also continue to grow. 

In December after serving our country for 1 5 months in Operation Iraqi Freedom, with 
the Massachusetts National Guard 3/126"^ Aviation Unit. We were pleased to welcome back to 
our roster. Officer Ross Desmet, a four- year veteran of New Hampshire Law Enforcement. He 
along with Officer Jason Larochelle who also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom, are to he 
applauded for their dedication to the Town of Fremont and to our Country. 

With the continuing financial support of many of our residents and local businesses and 
the continuing cooperation and dedication of the staff at the Ellis School, Investigator Joseph 
Fussell from the New Hampshire State Liquor Commission and Mary Wheaton-Pinder of the 
Fremont Police Department, we were able to complete our thirteenth D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse 



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Resistance Education) Program. D.A.R.E. started in the Ellis School in the fall of 1993. It is a 
10- week program that is taught by a full time police officer that has completed a D.A.R.E. 
instructor's program. Including the 2006 class, over 646 students have received certificates of 
completion in the program at Ellis School. 

The O.H.R.V. program headed by Detective Sergeant Reese Bassett continues to have a 
positive impact on our community; the number of O.H.R.V. complaints has dropped since the 
start of the program. The Rockingham Trail has become a family oriented place for recreation. 
We are seeing more families using the Rockingham Trail for other types of recreation including 
hiking, biking and horse back riding, Fremont has one of the trailheads that are commonly used 
by residents and non-residents wanting to operate their ATV's and access the Rockingham Trail 
System. We still work to enhance the quality of the trail system through our consistent education, 
engineering and enforcement programs. 

In December, we held our first "Gift of Time". We hope to make this an annual event 
where parents are able to bring their children, minimum age three, to the safety complex for a 
day of childcare. This allows parents a day to complete their Christmas shopping. We were able 
to accommodate 30 children this year. The day included crafts, lunch, a movie and a tour of both 
the police and fire departments. I wish to express my special thanks to the Fremont Police 
Volunteers and their families who staffed this event. Fremont Pizzeria who provided lunch. 
Director's Cut Video of Raymond who provided a popcorn machine and all the fixings and Thorn 
Roy for the tours of the Fire Department. 



Lunch IS Served 

With the assistance of Amanda Clark and with Mary Wheaton-Pinder doing the every 
day maintenance, we are now able to provide information to our residents with our web site. 
This site can be reached two ways. The first is by going to www.fremontnhpd.com. The second 
is by going to the Town of Fremont web site www.fremont.nimov and clicking on the Police 
Department link. It is our intention to update this site with our weekly logs and with other 
pertinent information 



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Our community service program continues to beautify our town. The workers have 
picked up "Tons" of trash that is discarded along our streets. It has resuhed in the cleaning of 
most roads in Town at least twice in 2006. 

I have listed by category the type and number of reportable offenses to which the 
Fremont Police Department responded: 



Administrative 


642 


Aggravated Assault 


1 


Alarms 


42 


Animal Control 


359 


Arson 


1 


Assaults 


7 


Assist Other Agencies 


332 


Assist Fire/Ambulance 


188 


Assist Other Fremont Depts. 


. 101 


Burglary 


10 


Criminal Threatening 


10 


Criminal Trespass 


9 


Disorderly Conduct 


4 


Domestic 


29 


Drug Offenses 


1 


D.W.I. 


14 


Fraud 


13 


Harassing Telephone Calls 


16 


Juvenile 


46 


Motor Vehicle Accidents 


65 


Motor Vehicle Complaints 


91 


Motor Vehicle Theft 


3 


Well Being Checks 


22 


O.H.R.V. Complaints 


37 


Open Doors 


6 


Paper work Service 


167 


Police Information 


92 


Rape 


1 


Recovered Property 


20 


Robbery 


1 


Sex Offenses 


3 


Theft 


31 


Untimely Deaths 


4 


Vandalism 


69 


V.H.C. Requests 


21 


VIN Verification 


22 


Weapons Violations 


2 


911 Hang Up Calls 


48 



The Town of Fremont has adopted an Alarm Ordinance that requires any alarm installed 
within the town to be registered with the Police Department. Without the information we are 
unable to contact the owners or a key holder in the event of alarm activation. Most alarm 
companies do not inform their customers that the alarm has to be registered with the Police 
Department. This is a simple matter that requires a one-page form to be completed. This 
information is entered into our database and is available to the duty officer when he responds to 
the alarm. 

Our database also tracks persons with special needs in the event of an emergency, such as 
the need for power for life support, and persons who need special vehicles or are unable to leave 
their residence without assistance during an evacuation. This information is kept strictly 
confidential and is only available to the Safety Services responding to the event. 

We offer "Vacant House Checks". With this program we try to check your residence 
daily while you are on vacation or away for the winter. 

All three registration forms are available at the Safety Complex, or can be down loaded 
from our website wAvvv.fremontnhpd.com. 



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As our community grows and our problems increase, the TEAM concept becomes 
essential. I am once again asking the residents of Fremont for their help. Be aware of your 
neighborhoods. If you see anything that makes you suspicious, call the Police Department at 
679-2225. If you have an emergency, call 91 1 for help. 

If you observe a crime or if it happens to you, be alert to what you observe and make 
mental notes of what you see and hear. It will help you maintain your presence of mind as well 
as helping the police later. Report a crime immediately. Time is a factor in apprehending a 
criminal and even a few minutes delay can mean his escape. 

To the residents of Fremont, the Board of Selectmen, the Town Office Staff, the members 
of the Fire Department, Rescue Squad, Highway Department and the members of the Police 
Department: Administrative Assistant Mary Wheaton-Pinder, Lieutenant Charles Rand, Sergeant 
Reese Bassett, Detective Robert Allore, Officers Jason Larochelle, Joseph Gordon, Jason Grant, 
Ross Desmet, Daniel Mercurio and Daniel Whitman; THANK YOU for your continued support 
and cooperation. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Neal R. Janvrin 
Chief of Police 




Fremont Police Officers Daniel Whitman, 

Lieutenant Charles Rand and Chief neal 

Janvrin (L to R) 

Fremont Safety Complex 
Fall 2006 



Photo courtesy of Bob Rydeen 



'Success is never found. Failure is never fatal. 
Courage is the only thing." 

~ Winston Churchill 



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REPORT OF THE ROAD AGENT 

Despite all the heavy rains and the big rain storm on May 14, 2006 that damaged the road 
extensively on Scribner Road and the numerous shoulder washouts constantly, we feel that we 
got more done than ever before. We did a lot of shoulder work, cut a lot of brush and high limbs 
and fixed more culverts than ever before. This is due to the fact that our road rebuilding is done. 
Even Tibbetts Road that was under water by about 3 to 4 feet, showed no damage. 

I am very happy with the way South Road came out and is probably the best road in 
Fremont to travel. Just recently though, a gravel operation was being done by a private company 
and they was constant hauling with heavy trucks. It worries me that we build a nice road and 
possibly have it damaged by heavy hauling. 

Last year our operating budget was $297,5 1 5. This year it is $274,257; down $23,258. 
Last year our warrant article for paving was $61,643. This year it is $50,000. Overall this year 
is down $34,901 . 1 am trying real hard to keep our budget down and still maintain our roads. 

This year we plan to overlay North Road from Leavitt Road, four comers to Old Ridge 
Road and a short section on North Road to the Brentwood line and on Shirkin Road from the 
Epping line approximately 400 feet into Fremont. 

As of now we have $75,987 in capital reserve for our highway building. This year we are 
asking for $ 1 5,000 to add to it. Of course right now it would be nice to have a building, but we 
are getting by. It would cost about $125,000. to build it but again in trying to keep the budget 
down, it's not just the cost of the building, it's after maintenance cost to heat it, electric, 
telephones that cost. I think we can get buy for a couple to three more years depending on how 
much the town grows. 

Also in capital reserve we have $22,327 and are asking for $20,000. This is a good thing 
in case we need a new sander or plow. As far as truck and tractors, I would like to keep it the 
way it is for as long as we can, and not have the Town buy any for a while. 

This year we are asking you to accept 1926 feet of Tuck Drive and 2,779 feet of Godfrey 
Road as Town roads. I have inspected them with the Town's Consulting Engineer and found 
them to be okay. We will have a maintenance bond in place for two additional years. 

For future plans other than general maintenance, I think next year Pulaski Drive, Rock 'n 
Pine and Birch Haven will be due for an overlay of hot top. 

I want to thank Leon Holmes Jr for his excellent and hard work. We never run out of 
work and I believe that hiring a frill time employee was the best thing we ever did, and getting 
Leon Jr was a blessing in disguise. Also I want to thank all of the truck drivers who work so 
hard plowing and sanding our roads. I want to thank the Police Department especially after 
midnight who call when the roads are getting slippery. 



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Lastly, I want to thank all of the departments. I have been lucky through the years to 
have people that cooperate and work together. This department runs smooth and it is because of 
all the cooperation I get not only from the departments, but from all of you citizens too. I will be 
happy to be your Road Agent for another year. 

In closing I want to leave you with a little passage that is fitting to this job. It was the 
class motto from the 1954 8' grade graduating class at Ellis School, of which I was a member: 



•CLIMB THOUGH THE ROCKS BE RUGGED " 



Respectfully submitted, 

Guerwood M Holmes 
Road Agent 




Scribner Road during the May 2006 Floods 
Photo Courtesy of Betty Stanley 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

The year 2006 was another busy year at the Selectmen's office. Heidi Carlson. Town 
Administrator, completed her 12"' year in the Selectmen's Office and Jeanne Nygren was in her 
2'"' year in the Selectmen's office as a part-time clerk. After Town Meeting elections there is 
now over 30 years of cumulative experience on the Board of Selectmen. 

Highlights of 2006 include town events. On Memorial Day week-end the Town once 
again held its annual Memorial Day Parade and Service. With the ongoing war in Iraq there were 
new veterans in attendance and our quest speaker, a Fremont veteran made the event special. In 
November, we held a Veteran's Day observance in the training room at the Safety Complex, 
fhe event was well received. Given the level of interest we plan on continuing to host this e\ent 
annually. . i . 

In May 2006, Fremont and surrounding communities were victims of Hooding caused by 
excessive rain. Properties along the Exeter River including town roads were the most effected by 
this disaster. The Fremont Fire. Rescue. Police and Highway Departments were \ ery 
instrumental during the fiooding e\ent. The Highway Department worked through our office 
v\ith FEMA to restore the roads and Fremont's Health and Building officials have worked with 
residents around the restoration and in some cases, replacement of their properties. Our hearts 
went out to the \ ictims. We are most appreciative to the Fremont public safety and highway 
departments for all their hard work during the fiooding. especially the volunteers who worked 
tirelessly. We would also like to thank Heidi Carlson in our office who worked with New 
Hampshire and FEMA otTicials on Fremont's losses and reco\ery. 

At the 2006 annual Town Meeting the voters approved a warrant article, which was a 
citizens' initiative, to combine the Fremont Fire and Rescue Departments. Shortly after the Town 
Meeting the two departments, with the encouragement and participation of the department heads 
Richard lleselton and Lisa Maffei. formed a committee comprised of members of each 
department to address the issues of combining the departments. Their tasks included command 
structure, training, points systems for call responses / training and length of service and budget 
de\'elopment. They have worked hard in order to effect a good transition. After the 2007 Town 
Meeting the departments will be formally combined. Their 2007 budget reflects their planning. 
The Board of Selectmen is firml> committed to help facilitate this transition. 

The Tow n has benefited greatly from the 2006 increased clerical time for our land use 
boards. Planning Board. Zoning Board of Adjustment, and the Conservation Commission. 
Because of the nature and importance of their function, having capable administrati\e support 
available is essential to their success. It has helped coordinate activifies of all the land use 
boards and enhance communication efforts as well. The cost of their operations and the code 
enforcement function is offset by application and permit fees. We are most appreciative of the 
voter support for this. 

In budgeting for 2007 we have had to address the costs of energy, health insurance 
benefits for our full time employees and annual cost of living salary increases. We have planned 
and budgeted to have our salarv scales reviewed in 2007. fhe plan is to evaluate liow Fremont 



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compares to similar communities in our area in the compensation of similar positions. This 
would be an update of the evaluation that was completed 2002. The goal is to make sure that 
Fremont continues to remain competitive in its compensation of employees. We have budgeted 
capital reserve funds for future renovations to the Town Hall basement and an upgrade to the 
heating system. No construction work is being proposed for 2007. The capital reserve fund 
includes money being set aside for this purpose to reduce future tax impact. Some funds 
($5,000) for planning the renovations are in the Government Buildings operating budget. 

Again, on the 2007 Town Meeting warrant is an article brought forward by citizen's 
petition to change from the Traditional Town Meeting to SB2 (RSA 40:13), the official ballot 
format. The Board of Selectmen continues to feel that democracy works best where there are 
involved and informed voters. The Traditional Town Meeting creates the forum where the 
decision making process accompanies the debate, the discussion and the amending of the 
warrant, on the floor of the Town Meeting. This is grass roots democracy in its purest form. If 
the voters should decide that they wish to use the SB2 official ballot format instead of the 
Traditional Town Meeting, the Board of Selectmen is committed to providing an opportunity for 
voters to be informed about how it works so that the transition may occur as easily as possible. 

We are anticipating the re-contracting of our cable TV franchise agreement in 2008. 
Cable TV subscribers should anticipate a survey being sent to them by Comcast, our current 
cable TV provider. The survey results will assist in the planning for future services and related 
re-contracting. It would be important for subscribers to respond to this survey. They should keep 
in mind that any services that are available to all subscribers will become part of the basic 
monthly costs. The Board of Selectmen anticipated that during 2006 this would have begun to 
get underway. Comcast has advised us that typically this can occur in the year before the 
contract is negotiated. We anticipate the forming of a committee to assist in this process. 
Individuals who are interested in assisting by being on a committee should watch for an update 
in the monthly newsletter. 

The 2007 Town Meeting marks the end of Mary Anderson's 29 continuous years as Tax 
Collector. This is a remarkable length of time and commitment. Mary and her family have a 
long and deep history of being integral to Fremont's municipal government. The Board of 
Selectmen is well aware that her contribution extended well beyond her Tax Collector role as 
Mary, for many years, assisted the Board with administrative tasks. Her insight and vision is 
known to have been instrumental for progress on many occasions. Also in January of 2007, 
Mathew Thomas decided to step down as one of the Supervisors of Checklist after 29 years of 
service. Thank you both for all your hard work and dedication. 

Once again we would like to thank the voters for their support and the department heads, 
employees and volunteers for their hard work. We continue to be most appreciative of the ever 
present volunteers for their on going dedication to their community. It has been a pleasure 
serving you. 

Gene Cordes Donald W. Gates Jr Peter B. Bolduc 

Fremont Board of Selectmen 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN ADMINISTRATOR 

It is hard to believe another year has come to a close. We saw that growth slowed 
somewhat, but we still saw some building and subdivision activity as well as turnover of 
property. We find that our assessing data being hosted on the Vision Appraisal website is 
helpful to residents and consultants alike, and plan to continue to offer that service by including 
funding in the budget to support it. You can access this from the Town's website, or directly 
trom Vision at www.visionappraisal.com. We update the local files to the Vision site about 
every two months, and the date of the most recent update is noted. You can always get the most 
current data from the tenninal in the Selectmen's Office. 

MRI (Municipal Resources Inc) continues to do our assessing and pickup work. We are 
sending out sales survey information on every property transfer, in an effort to make the next 
certification process (in 2010) easier. MRI will also do inspections of the sales to keep the 
assessing records as up to date as possible throughout the year. As they do updates in the field, 
they are logged in-house in the Vision system, so that our database is always current. 

Fremont was struck by tragedy in March, shortly after Town Meeting, that seemingly 
marked a lot of the year for us. Marilyn Gates' death in Texas on March 26'*^ was a most 
devastating loss for the community, but especially for her family. The health issues faced by 
Don, Gene and Gene's family were also long and arduous. It has been a difficult hurdle, of 
course, especially for Don. His courage and strength of character has been inspirational to us all. 

We will also greatly miss our Moderator and friend Ray Bernier, who died on April 1 ". 
Ray had been the moderator since 1990 and ran many a town meeting event! He always had a 
story to tell, and had a dry sense of humor that could easily catch one off guard! The community 
involvement that marked both of these sad events was a tribute to Marilyn and to Ray, to their 
great presence, and to the close-knit family that is what it means to live in a small town. 

Joe Delahunty finished his term on the Planning Board in March. Past Chairman Kevin 
Hemnann resigned at year end, closing a lengthy term of service. Vickie Murdock completed a 
second year as Emergency Management Director before stepping down; Kathy Braun and Tracy 
LaChance both completed terms on the Conservation Commission; and Susan D'Eon completed 
a tenn as ballot inspector and did not seek reappointment in October. 

Marc Wood and Joe Delahunty completed terms on the Budget Committee in March and 
did not seek reelection. We welcomed new members Doug McElroy and Mike Nygren as we 
began meeting again in April, following the budget "season" that culminates with Town and 
School District Meetings. The process of reviewing budgets really takes place all year long, with 
the major focus in the months from October through February. 

Police officers Robert Genest and Donald Gates III left for ftill-time patrol positions in 
other towns, and Jesse Emery left for full-time Anny National Guard service. Full-time officer 
Ross Desmet, who was deployed in August 2005, returned to work in Fremont in December of 
2006. We are glad to have him safely back at home! 



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On Mother's Day in May, Fremont was hit hard again with a major flooding event. It did 
not seem Hke it was ever going to stop raining! Several families were displaced, and a few 
remain so. Fremont Public Safety Officials, the Health Officer and Building Inspector, and our 
Highway Department were all involved in portions of the recovery. We are hopeful that the 
repairs will be completed in 2007 and that people will all be back in their homes, which have 
been upgraded to FEMA-compliance in many cases; in an effort to alleviate future such 
destruction to properties within the flood zone. The Town was able to recover much of its 
emergency expense with the FEMA flood declaration. 

Work continues by Emergency Director Joe Gottlieb on a town-wide emergency 
operations plan and training in many facets of emergency and disaster planning. Fremont has 
been teamed with Epping and Brentwood in regional POD (Point of Distribution) groups in 
planning tor the possibility of a flu or other pandemic-type event. Individual preparedness is an 
important component to this planning, and as the plans progress, you will see more of this 
information being distributed. There is already some information on the Emergency 
Management page of the town's website, and it will continue to be updated. Several other sites 
such as FEMA, the State of NH, and Homeland Security also have helpftil emergency planning 
information. 

Ruth Anderson had to stop working in the Selectmen's Office in June to attend to her 
health. We miss her in our office on Wednesdays, and try not to let a week go by when we don't 
talk to her or hope she stops by for a visit! Ruthie's remarkable spirit sets a role model for me, 
and likely for many others. She is a very special part of our lives! 

At the end of 2006 we learned that Mary Anderson would not seek reelection as 
Fremont's Tax Collector, after 29 years in the position. This was shocking to those of us who 
know Mary well, and a decision she did not come by easily. Her extremely demanding position 
as Headmaster of Pinkerton Academy takes a tremendous amount of her time. We will dearly 
miss Ruth and Mary in these positions, and wish them both some well-deserved time doing some 
other activities of leisure! 

Additionally, Matthew Thomas resigned his post as Supervisor of the checklist after 29 
years as well, just into January of 2007. This length of service in any community position is 
remarkable! Matthew did not run again for the position of Library Trustee, which he has also 
held for several years. We are hopefiil that he can focus his energies on other projects he has in 
mind! 

Notably, but more quietly, 2006 marked the 30"^ year that Dick Heselton has been 
Fremont's Fire Chief Clarence Philbrick died in the line of duty on August 17, 1976 at the 
Spaulding & Frost Mill fire, at which time Dick assumed the reigns. The Town of Fremont and 
its Fire Department have come a long way in those years, and continue to strive for excellence. 
Also notable on this anniversary, the NH Fallen Firefighter's Memorial was constructed in 
August of 2006 on the grounds of the NH Fire Academy in Concord NH. A brick memorializing 
Chief Philbrick's date of service death was placed within that memorial. (See page 215 for the 
photo). 



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The Fire and Rescue officers met regularly during 2006 to implement and plan for the 
combination of the two departments as voted at the March Town Meeting. Both agencies 
perform a vital ser\ ice for Fremont and its residents, and their merger will hopefully allow them 
to create a stronger band of resources and energy. Both groups are dedicated and energetic 
volunteers, and with public safety as the goal, can achieve even greater results. 

Our Memorial Day and Veteran's Day obser\ ances were very special annual events once 
again, which allow us to pa\ our tribute to the war dead and our active and past military service 
men and women. I la\ ing Frcmonl resident Shawn O'Brien (recently returned home) speak at 
Memorial Day. and make a presentation at the Veteran's Open Flouse was very special, as is 
having our many militar\ ser\ ice men and women participate and share their stories. 

in September a great group of energetic volunteers banned together to install the new 
playground at Memorial Park. Again, a tribute to the many folks who are ready to get dirty in an 
effort to make a project happen in Fremont! 

Through the year, the Selectmen's Office is involved in the day to day operations of the 
many faces of municipal government, such as assisting the other town departments, ta.x mapping, 
assessing, abatements, setting of the tax rate, budgeting, policies and procedures, updating of 
information on the website and in other forms of media, contributions to the monthly newsletter, 
general questions, payroll and accounting, property tax issues and questions, preparation for the 
annual town report and town meeting, public hearings and postings, trash collection and 
recycling, maintenance and upkeep of town property and buildings; and much more. If we can 
provide you with information, please do not hesitate to ask. 

We endeaxor to keep the Town's citizen's involved and infomied with the monthly 
newsletter publication, and b\ putting as much information as possible up on the Town's 
website. Please feel free to contact any of the departments with questions or feedback that will 
help us bring you more of what you are looking for. All board and committee meetings are open 
to the public, and minutes are available on the website once they are approved. They are also 
available in printed form at the Town Offices. 

We are looking for additional volunteers to fill vacant positions as Fremont 
representatives to the Exeter River Local Advisory Committee, as a representative to the 
Rockingham Planning Commission, and to the Seacoast metropolitan Planning Organization 
(MPO) in addition to the vacancies that exist on town boards and commissions. Some volunteers 
may not seek reappointment to their posts which expire in March. You must be a Fremont 
registered voter to be appointed to a committee or board. 

if you have any interest in becoming more involved, please contact the Selectmen's 
Office or the Board or Commission that interests you. You can fill out a volunteer application 
form and submit it at any time to our office. These forms are available in the Selectmen's Office 
or on the Town's website on the Board of Selectmen's page, at the bottom, in the FORMS 
section. Volunteers are a vital part of bringing many services to Fremont. We thank them 
heartily for all of their time and energy! 



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Another facet of volunteer service that is needed in Fremont are emergency medical 
service providers. If you have any training in this area (or want to learn), contact the Fremont 
Fire Rescue Department at 895 6719 or 895 9634 for more information. While the training and 
continuing education can be time-consuming, helping your neighbors and someone in need can 
be an immensely rewarding experience! 

Schedules of all the Town's meetings are posted in all of the public buildings and the 
Post Office, published monthly in the Town Newsletter, and posted to the website. The Town, 
and you, can benefit from citizen involvement! 

All of our employees, volunteers and officials are dedicated to this community and the 
residents we serve. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Heidi Carlson 
Town Administrator 

Check us out on the web at www.Fremont.nh.gov 

"^Ne ourselves feel that what ive are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be 

less because of that missing drop." 

~ Mother Teresa 




Fremont Public Library 



Photos Courtesy of 
Bob Rydeen 




Inside the Selectmen's Office 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 

The Town Clerk's Office is one of service to the pubHc. It is considered the center of 
town government and a major source of information to the residents it serves. The many 
functions and duties include maintaining, caring, and preserving all town records and assisting 
with genealogical researches. The Clerk's Office is considered the custodian of all official town 
records. It prepares cemetery deeds, administers the Oath of Office to all individuals elected or 
appointed, to Town positions. Marriage licenses, dog licenses, motor vehicle registrations and 
motor vehicle plates are issued through this office. In addition, certified copies of birth, 
marriage, death and divorce records are prepared and issued through this office. Articles of 
Agreement, State & Federal tax liens, dredge & fill permits; pole licenses and Sheriffs Writs are 
filed here as well. 

The Clerk's office oversees and administers all phases of local, state and federal 
elections. New voter registration forms are issued and accepted through the Clerk's office. The 
Clerk is responsible for recording and certifying all votes in accordance with local, state and 
federal laws. The Clerk is the chief elections officer for the town. 

The year 2006 proved to be another busy year for the Town Clerks Office. Revenues 
were up $21,102.73 from 2005. This increase is due in large part to the office now having the 
capability to renew registrations up to a GVW of 26,000. 

Contingent upon approval of the Clerk's budget at this years annual Town meeting, the 
service of mail-in registrations will begin this summer. "Mail-ins" is a renewal notice mailed to 
your home the month prior to your renewal period. You will have the option of renewing your 
registration(s) by mail or in person. 

Upon completion of certification training, the Town Clerk will be an official boat agent 
by late spring. The Clerk will be able to complete both the Town and State portion of boat 
registrations. 

The Clerk's Office strives to provide quality service to our community in a timely and 
courteous manner. The office continues to work diligently on improving the delivery of and 
expansion of all services it provides. It is the belief of this office, that by cooperatively working 
together with all the various departments within the town, Fremont residents benefit from this 
collective effort. 

I would like to extend my gratitude and sincere thanks to the town employees and town 
departments with whom this office works with on a daily basis. Your support and assistance is 
greatly appreciated. It is both an honor and a privilege to work for and to serve the residents of 
Fremont. I look forward to serving you in 2007. Please feel free to drop by the office, email or 
call with any concerns, questions or suggestions you may have. 

Respectfiilly submitted, , •, • r 

%rcC ii^^^i' :. ..: , ,. . , . , , . „,,■ 

Lori A. Holmes ,• . , . ■ 

Town Clerk 

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REPORT OF THE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

This year has seen a continuing trend in the reduction of new construction and a 
continuation in renovation and enhancement projects in Fremont. As per NH RSA 674:33, the 
Zoning Board of Adjustment's purpose is to make decisions relative to Appeals from 
Administrative Decisions, Special Exceptions, Variances and, per NH RSA 674:33-a, Equitable 
Waivers of Dimensional Requirements. Appeals for a rehearing are also part of the Board's 
responsibility. 

Each zoning request is carefully reviewed and considered by the five member Zoning 
Board. For each application request, the ZBA typically meets at least three times. First there is a 
Public Hearing which is continued to a date certain to allow for a site visit, then there is the site 
visit and then there is the continuation of the Hearing. Sometimes, depending on the scope of the 
case or time constraints, there are frirther continuations of the Public Hearing before a decision is 
rendered. 

This year the Zoning Board of Adjustment met a total of fourteen times to hear seventeen 
requested actions, some of which were multiple cases, which resulted in the tbllowing decisions: 



Application 


Granted 


Denied 


Withdrawn 


Variance 


2 


2 





Special E.xception 


8 





1 


Equitable Waiver 


2 








Appeal from Admin Decision 











Rehearing Request 


1 


1 






Further actions related to these cases are described below: 
February 28 - Map 6 Lot 023-08 - Variance granted for construction within 100' of a wetland. 

April 1 1 - Map 3 Lot 1 17 - Variance granted for automotive restoration facility within the 
Aquifer Protection District. 

April 1 1 - Map 7 Lot 1 1 7- Variance denied for 2 lot subdivision within the Aquifer Protection 
District without proper acreage. 

April 1 1 - Map 3 Lot 109-1 - Equitable Waiver granted to allow the continued location of an 
existing building closer than 100' to a wetland. 

April 25 - Map 2 Lot 156.1-21 - Special Exception granted to allow a driveway construction 
within the 100' watershed protection area 

April 25 - Map 2 Lot 156.1-21 - Special Exception granted to allow a well and associated site 
work within the 1 00' watershed protection area 

April 25 - Map 3 Lot 169-59-18 - Special Exception granted to allow a roadway construction 
within the 100' watershed protection area 



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May 23 - Map 7 Lot 1 1 7 - Rehearing request of the April 1 1 decision denied 

June 20 - Map 2 Lot 1 56. 1 -2 1 - Equitable Waiver granted tor an existing structure to remain 
closer than required street property line setback 

September 5 - Map 1 Lot 048 - Special Exceptions granted to allow a driveway construction 
within the 100' watershed protection area 

September 5 - Map 1 Lot 048 - 3 Special Exceptions granted to allow wells and associated site 
work within the 100' watershed protection area 

November 14 - Map 2 Lot 062 - Special Exception withdrawn to allow a driveway construction 
within the 100' watershed protection area 

December 1 9 - Map 2 Lot 1 56. 1 -06 - Special Exception granted to allow a driveway 
construction within the 100' watershed protection area 

Special thanks goes to our Land Use Administrative Assistant Meredith Bolduc, who 
continues to keep the ZBA operating efficiently. 

The 2006 Zoning Board of Adjustment consisted of: 

Chairman Richard Butler ■ 

Vice-Chairman Jack Baker 

Brett Hunter ' ' '-' 

Scott Boisvert 

Douglas Andrew. 

Alternate Bob Wines 

Please visit the ZBA page on the Fremont website for ongoing updates and information 
relative to the Zoning Ordinance, decisions, minutes and agendas. 

if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions for the ZBA, or if you would like to 
participate in the Board, please contact the Land Use Office at 895 3200 x 17. 

Respectfiilly submitted. 

Rick Butler 
Chairman 



"It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can sincerely try to help 

another without helping himself." 

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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REPORT OF THE EXETER RIVER LOCAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
2006 Annual Report - lOth Anniversary 

The Exeter River Local Advisory Committee (ERLAC) celebrated its 1 0th year of 
stewardship of the river and watershed in 2006. The year was marked by productive partnerships 
with several organizations, including the Rockingham Planning Commission, NH Department of 
Environmental Services, NH Coastal Program, and NH Estuaries Project. These partnerships 
provide ERLAC with an opportunity to advocate effectively for protection of natural resources 
throughout the watershed. 

In honor of the Committee's 10th anniversary, ERLAC received recognition from the 
State House and Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Services. Resolutions from 
both groups were read at the 6th Annual Exeter River Alewife Festival held in June in downtown 
Exeter. Wet weather on Festival day did not dampen the spirits of the exhibitors, attendees or 
canoe and kayak race paddlers. The Festival has become one of the top river-related events in 
New Hampshire. 

ERLAC partnered with the Kingston Conservation Commission to hold the seventh 
annual vernal pool workshop in May. Children and adults waded into pools scattered throughout 
the Town Forest to identify salamanders, turtles and clusters of frog eggs. Development of 
forestland threatens vernal pools in every watershed community. In November, ERLAC 
partnered with the Exeter Conservation Commission to host a presentation of the new Fish and 
Game Wildlife Action Plan. 

Several ERLAC members spent the summer working with the NH Coastal Program to 
assess macroinvertebrates in the Exeter River and its tributaries. These intrepid volunteers 
waded into the water at several locations to capture and identify critters hiding under roots and 
rocks. The types and amount of critters help determine long-term trends in water quality. 
ERLAC members are also actively monitoring water temperature and other indicators. 

ERLAC is pleased to offer for sale the reprint of the definitive history of the Exeter- 
Squamscott River, Exeter-Squamscott-River of Many Uses, by Exeter native Olive Tardiff. 
Contact ERLAC at 778-0885 to purchase a copy. 

In 2007, ERLAC will continue all the projects mentioned above and will add a new 
project, development of a Watershed Restoration Plan. Working with the NH Department of 
Environmental Services, Rockingham Planning Commission, and the ten watershed 
communities, ERLAC will identify the greatest water quality threats to the river and its 
tributaries. The Plan will make recommendations on how to further protect water quality and 
quantity. 

ERLAC meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the conference room at 
the Rockingham County Nursing Home in Brentwood. Representatives are needed from 
Fremont. Please call 778-0885 for more information, or visit www.cxcterrixer.oru . 



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REPORT OF THE FOOD PANTRY 

The mission of the Fremont Food Panty is to provide relief to any Fremont resident in 
need. Over the years as our Town continues to grow, we have watched the Pantry evolve from 
an occasional appointment and Holiday food baskets, to an absolute necessity to Fremont 
residents in need. 

In 2006, we were able to provide Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets, food 
baskets to our Fremont flood victims, as well as the continued "by appointment" services that we 
provide year round. 

The spring and summer months kept us very busy at the Pantry, and come fall we found 
ourselves at the lowest and barest point our shelves have ever been. In true Fremont fashion, 
signs were posted, word was spread, and slowly, but surely, what was bare - became full again. 

Our efforts could not have been successful without the continued support of Fremont 
residents. In addition, the Ellis School, Fremont Scouting Troops, The Post Office, and Country 
Club for Kids, all held food drives to help us restock our shelves. It certainly does not go 
unnoticed to all the Pantry "elves" who quietly come in to the Town Hall and drop bags of food 
off and quietly go on their way. We may not always see you and we may not always know your 
names, but we are always grateful. 

Our heartfelft thanks to all who support our efforts of the Fremont Food Pantry. The 
success of the Pantry would not be possible without the support of our volunteers and the many 
people and organizations who continue to provide us with donations. 

Respectfiilly submitted, 

Kathy Arsenault 
President 




Mike Harney and Philip Peterson 
with the 1927 restored Mead- 
Morrison tractor that was the 
Town's first snow plow. Photo 
taken at the September 2006 Fall 
Fair at the Historical Museum 
Grounds 

Mike did the restoration work and 

Philip keeps the tractor safe 

indoors at Peterson Farm on 

Martin Road. 

Photo Courtesy of Betty Stanley 



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Fremont U14 Girl's Soccer 
Team 



Photo and Article 

Courtesy of David & Kathie 

Richard 



This is the team picture of the Fremont Athletic Association U14 Girl's Division II New 
Hampshire Seacoast Youth Soccer Champions and New Hampshire Soccer Association's 
Finalist. These girls had an incredible season. Below is a little explanation of their 
accomplishments. 

The Fremont Lightning Girl's U14 division II team won the championship for the New 
Hampshire Seacoast Youth Soccer League. The Lightning played the Stratham Strikers in the 
finals on 1 0/29 at the Seacoast United complex in Epping. The game was hard fought by both 
teams and at the end of regulation play the score was tied. After two overtime halves, the tie 
remained. It was after penalty kicks that Fremont won the game with Angela Zukas, Heather 
Zukas, Kimmy DiManna, Ashley Froton and Ellen Rislove outscoring the Stratham players. 
Heather Zukas provided some incredible saves throughout the game and also during the penalty 
kicks. 

The girls then competed in the state finals on 1 1/1 1 in Londonderry against Salem. The 
game very close with both teams having opportunities to score, at the half the game remained 
scoreless. It wasn't until there were two minutes left in the game Salem scored. Unfortunately 
for the Fremont Lightning girls, we didn't have enough time to answer it with a goal of our own 
and the game ended with Salem winning 1-0. 

This is a monumental accomplishment for these girls. This is the first girl's soccer team 
from Fremont to win the NHSYSL championship and the first girl's soccer team to play in the 
state finals. The girls have outscored their opponents 40 to 16 in an amazing 22 games! They 
also have eleven shut outs. Please congratulate them when you see them! 

The girls enjoy a team celebration dinner at the Town Hall. After the dinner, they 
celebrated by placing the awarded game ball, team picture, finalist plaque and Fair Play plaque 
in the trophy case. In the picture: front row from left to right, Haley Lundgren, Heather Zukas, 
Ashley Froton, Victoria Ficker, Ellen Rislove, Angela Zukas; 2" row, Kimmy DiManna, Nadine 
Amato, Amanda Turco, Danica Bolton, Sarah DiCroce, back row. Coach Mark DiManna, Coach 
David Richard, Becky Pettis, Jillian Richard, Chelsea Ouellette, Rachel Alix, Chelsea Angus. 



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AREA HOMECARE & FAMILY SERVICES INC 

1320 Woodbury Avenue ~ The Ballard Building 

Portsmouth NH 03801 

Phone: 603 436-9059 Fax: 603 334-6681 

Email: gmccollester@areahomecare.org 

Since 1972 Area HomeCare & Family Services has served elderly residents of Fremont. 
Our mission is to provide home care services to the elderly and people with disabilities, so they 
may remain in their homes for as long as possible. 

Last year we served 8 Fremont seniors with over 2,600 hours of direct homemaker and 
companion services. We look forward to a continued working partnership with you. Thank you 
for your support. 

HomeMaker Services provides companionship, emotional support and services such as food 
shopping and errands, planning and cooking meals using special diet guidelines, laundry (limited 
to bedding, towels, rugs & personal clothing) and other related services. 

In-Home Care Services perform tasks similar to HomeMaker Services. These clients need 
services more frequently and for longer periods of time. This program provides services for up 
to 35 hours per week and can provide transportation to medical appointments and shopping. 

Chore Services helps frail elderly and people with disabilities maintain their homes by 
providing home repairs and maintenance, usually beyond the client's capabilities. 

Caregiver Respite Program provides some funding for day programs, home respite and 
alternate residential respite for the primary caregivers and those suffering from Alzheimer's and 
other related disorders. 



A SAFE PLACE 

6 Greenleaf Woods Suite 101 

Portsmouth NH 03801 

(603)436-4619 

24 hour crisis line (800) 852-3388 

michellec aasafeplacenh.org 

A Safe Place provides emergency shelter and support services for people in abusive 
relationships. 

During fiscal 2005-2006, A Safe Place served 5 Fremont residents. 

24 hour / 7 day staffed hotline 
24 hour / 7 day staffed shelter 

Legal advocacy in the form of assisting victims of domestic abuse obtain temporary or 

permanent restraining orders 

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Referrals to appropriate social service agencies or other shelters 

Peer support 

Weekly support group for children staying at the shelter 

Weekly support groups for the community 



CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES 

99 Hanover Street 

Manchester NH 03105 

(603)668-1920 (800)640 6486 

wwvv.cfsnh.oru 

On behalf of the our staff and the clients we serve, we would like to thank the residents of 
Fremont for their generous support Your support, combined with other funds, enables us to 
continue to provide quality, affordable services to low-income children and their families. 

During the past year, we are pleased to have been able to provide 374 hours of service to 
23 Fremont residents through Early Intervention, Family and Children's Counseling, Parenting 
Plus and Adoption. Services available to Fremont residents include: 

Early Intervention Programs provide family-centered services to infants and toddlers who have 
a developmental disability, a developmental delay, or who are at risk of developmental delay. 
Early intervention services are provided in the home or other natural settings familiar to the child 
and family. 

Family and Children's Counseling Professional social workers provide counseling services 
that utilize individual and family strengths to address a wide variety of problems including death, 
divorce, substance use, abuse and neglect, and other social and mental health issues. Counseling 
services strengthen the health of the community by assisting families in overcoming the 
debilitating problems that weaken the family structure and impede a child's healthy development. 

Adoption Services help insure that children being adopted are placed in good families who are 
prepared for parenting and ready for the unique joys and challenges of raising an adopted child. 
Services are also available after the adoption is final for adoptive parents, their children and 
birthparents. 

Parent Education Courses are designed to help parents learn the skills necessary to address the 
challenges of parenting so that they can raise healthy children in loving and respectful families. 
Throughout the year, evening courses are held in local communities to accommodate the needs of 
working parents 

Parenting Plus home based program that helps at risk families learn parenting skills and 
effective ways to cope with the stresses of family life. 

Healthy Families . Healthy Families provides medical support and social services to low-income 
pregnant women and their children. Services are designed to improve the health of the baby and 

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mother and to provide the support families need during the crucial first months of an infant's life. 
Services provided by an interdisciplinary team of medical, social work, and education 
professionals offer support throughout pregnancy and the first year after birth 

Child Health Support workers assist families who have abused or neglected children to help 
solve the problems that led to the abuse or neglect and to strengthen the family. 

Group Home provides long-term residential care and emergency overnight shelter for youth 
between the ages of 13 and 1 8. 

For additional information call us at (800) 640-6486 or visit our web site at www.cfsnh.org 



CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER OF ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

1 00 Campus Drive Suite 1 1 6 West Broadway Suite 2-5 

Portsmouth NH 03801 Depot Square Building 

(603) 422-8240 Derry NH 03038 

Email: seacoastcac't?communit\ campus.oru (603)434-5565 

www.cacnh.ora 

The mission of the child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County is to protect children. 
We do this by providing a safe environment for the evaluation of child abuse and exploitation, 
coordinating services to victims and families and preventing future abuse through community 
education. Our goals are to: 

Create a neutral place where interviews and services for abused children is provided 
To prevent trauma to a child caused by multiple contacts with various community 

professionals 
To provide the family with needed services that help them resolve their problems 
To communicate an coordinate our efforts with other community agencies 

Since opening our doors in 2000, we have served over 2,500 children and their families 
in Rockingham County. Since 2005, we have served 3 children and their families from Fremont. 



COMMUNITY SERVICES COUNCIL OF NH 

PC Box 2338 

Concord NH 03302-2338 

wwu.cscnh.org 

Administration Line 800 843 1 1 1 7 Fax: 603 225 4 1 58 

Other Agency contact information: 

Developmental Disabilities Services 603 225 9694 

NH Help Line 800 852 3388 TYY 603 225 9000 

Medicare Health Insurance Counseling Education Assistance Services 800 852 3388 
Homeless Management Information System 603 228 2218 

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Protecting Quality Health Care 603 228 0223 

Traumatic Brain Injury Services 603 225 9694 

Unite to Help - Rental Security Deposit Program 603 225 9000 

Community Services Council of NH has grown into a statewide, multi-service 
organization providing a range of programs to meet the needs of NH residents. NH Help Line is 
the state's largest and most comprehensive statewide information and referral service. 

During the period of .luly 1. 2005 to June 30, 2006, NH Help Line received 53 calls from 
Fremont residents. The majority of calls come from families; therefore each call serves an 
average of 3 people making the total number of Fremont residents served approximately 160. 

The categories of service that NH Help Line provides referrals for include: rental deposit 
assistance, case management, street outreach programs, heating fuel bill assistance. Medicare 
counseling, homeless financial assistance, Medicaid/Medi-cal, rent payment assistance, suicide 
prevention hotline, temporary financial assistance, comprehensive infomiation & referral, dental 
care, domestic violence, drug detoxification, friends/family alcoholic support groups, insurance 
issues, Medi-cal equipment/supplies, mental health care/counseling, physical referral services, 
residential drug treatment, small claims courts, soup kitchens, suicide survivors support groups, 
and unemployment insurance. 



LAMPREY HEALTH CARE 

Administrative Offices Raymond Center 

207 South Main Street Route 27 

Newmarket NH 03857 Raymond NH 03077 

(603)659-2494 (603)895-3351 

INFO LINK (888) 499-2525 

Lamprey Health Care is a non-profit, community based primary health care organization 
providing medical services, social services, information and referral and senior citizen 
transportation, as well as transportation for the physically challenged in Rockingham County. 
Transportation services, medical services and information and referral services are provided to 
residents of Fremont. 

The Senior Citizen Transportation Program operated by Lamprey Health Care is one of 
the most important services provided to residents of the area, and provides service to the elderly 
and physically challenged residents of this region. Access to transportation is critical to this 
population remaining independent, fhe busses provide necessary transportation for food, 
shopping, for medical appointments, the pharmacy and for recreational trips. Residents are 
picked up at their homes, and are assisted with bundles and with shopping if necessary. 

The busses operated by this program are handicapped accessible. Special appointments, 
which cannot be incorporated into the specific routes serving your area, are arranged through the 
Transportation Coordinator and a group of volunteers. The Program almost operates as a 
"Friendly Callers" program in that the seniors who ride are in contact with the program, and if 



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not, they are checked on necessary errands for their riders if they are unable to do them due to 
illness, etc. This program does a great deal toward keeping our elderly population healthy, 
independent and in their homes. 

The medical services provided by Lamprey Health Care include primary medical care, 
health promotion, education, and social services. Increased capacity in both our Raymond and 
our Newmarket centers allows Lamprey Health Care to serve the residents of our local area in a 
timely and efficient manner. Medical care provided includes prenatal care, adult medicine, and 
geriatric medicine, as well as a wide range of health education activities and chronic disease 
management programs such as diabetes education and support. 

INFOLfNK provides up to date information and referral services to Fremont residents, 
available toll free at 1-888-499-2525. INFOLINK can help local residents find the answers and 
support they need when they have a question about a service or type of assistance. 

• 2005 Services provided to Fremont: 441 patients made 1,726 visits and 488 rides 
were provided to Fremont seniors and adults with disabilities 



, NEW HAMPSHIRE SPCA 

1 04 Portsmouth Avenue , , 
Stratham NH 03885 
(603) 772-2927 
www.nhspca.org 

The NH SPCA provides the following services: 

Adoption and surrender services 

Medical care for the animals 

Obedience Training 

Behavior Consultations 

Humane education in local schools 

Humane education for adults in the community 

Programs for Senior Citizens 

Low cost rabies vaccination clinics 

Resource information and Support 

KIND Club for kids ages 10 to 13 

Jr Volunteer program for kids ages 14 to 16 

Summer Camp for kids ages 9 to 1 2 

Story Hour for children • "■ 

Animal Foster Care program 

In the period August 2005 - July 2006, the following services were provided to Fremont 
residents: 



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Number of animals surrendered by residents 1 4 

Number of animals adopted by residents 26 

Total number of school children reached 49 

Total number of animal cruelty reports received 9 

Total number of residents participating in training and behavior consultation 



RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM 

Sponsored by the Portsmouth Housing Authority 

245 Middle Street 

Portsmouth NH 03801 

(603)436-4310 

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is organized to create meaningful 
volunteer opportunities for older Americans 55 years and over, to participate more fully in the 
life of their communities through volunteer service. It is also to provide for a recognized role in 
the community for older Americans. It provides needed community service and self-satisfaction 
of the older American. 

There are 641 RSVP volunteers, currently two of these volunteers are from Fremont. 
RSVP volunteers contribute their time and skills to non-profit agencies throughout Rockingham 
County. In the period from September 1, 2005 to August 3 1 , 2006, these volunteers provided 
1 1 1,066 hours to the people of Rockingham County. The dollar value of their services is 
$2,003,630. The following opportunities are available: 

Office assignments Meals on Wheels 

Senior Nutrition Nursing Homes 

Hospice Volunteer Drivers 

Adult Tutoring Schools 



RICHIE MCFARLAND CHILDREN'S CENTER 

1 1 Sandy Point Road 

Stratham NH 03885 

(603)778-8193 

www.richiemcfarland.ors^ 

The Richie McFarland Children's Center serves: 

Children with developmental delays and disabilities from birth to age three. 

Children who have delays in speech, language, motor and social skills, and other who 

will require more care. This includes children with hearing and vision impairments; 

children with Cystic fibrosis. Cerebral Palsy & Down Syndrome; and children who are 

medically fragile or bom prematurely, among others. 

Children who are at risk developmentally due to a combination of health issues (such as 

premature birth, extremely low birth weight or respiratory distress) or family issues (such 



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as famil\ history ol mental illness, homelessncss. documented substance addiction or 
proven child abuse or neglect). 
• All families regardless of their ability to pay for services, and regardless of whether or 
not they have insurance that will cover the therapies provided. 

We prov ide speech, physical, occupational, and educational therapy; famil) support and 
short-term counseling; integrated therapeutic groups and playgroups: and assistance to .schools 
and families with transitioning children into school systems when children turn three, ii" their 
delays or disabilities require further attention. Last \ear the Center served 8 children from 
i remont. 



ROC KIN(;HArVI C OMMINITY ACTION 

Outreach i*rogram - .ledediah Brown Homestead 

55 Prescott Road 

Raymond Nil 03077 

(603)895-2303 

Fuel Assistance (603 ) 436 68^)6 or (800) 630 38% 
W IC (603)778 1834 

Rockingham Community Action (RCA) is a private. non-proHt organization. Our 
mission and scope is broad: to assist people alrcadv living in po\erty with direct serv ices, to 
prevent more families from falling into po\ertv. and to assist families in finding long-term 
.solutions to their economic needs so they can eventually become self-supporting. 

Community Action provides a wide range of .services that are unduplicated elsewhere in 
the county. Many of our services meet immediate, critical needs, while others are designed to 
help families achieve long-term economic self-sufllciency. Community Action provided the 
following .services to eligible residents of Fremont iVom .luly 1. 2004 through .lune 30. 2005. 

60 households received one of a group of Fuel As.sistance Programs, services that 
provided financial grants of up to $975 to low-income hou.seholds to assist with energy-related 
expenses through the Fuel Assistance Program (some households also receive furnace cleaning 
and budget and energv counseling, and elderly support services), and grants of up to $300 for 
fuel and utilit\ emergencies for households not eligible for the Fuel Assistance Program through 
the Neighbor Helping Neighbor and the Senior l{ncrg_\ Assistance Service. 

52 households received assistance from the Electric Assistance Program, providing a 
discount ranging from 15% to 95% on monthly electric bills to low-income households. 

3 households were enrolled in Workforce Development, which is the ■"umbrella" tor a 
\ariety of programs designed to foster long-term self-reliance: Disadvantaged Adult and 
Dislocated Worker Programs; COMPASS Youth; Welfare to Work; and Wheels to Work. Hach 
component helps clients determine goals and develop strategies to overcome barriers to 



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employment. Wheels to Work enables low-income individuals to find or retain employment 
through the provision of dependable cars at affordable terms. 

1 household received assistance through the Housing Rehabilitation & Energy 

Conservation Program, using the Weatherization and Energy Management Programs. 

13 children and child care providers participated in the Family Child Care 
Program, which pro\ ides services that assist iamily child care providers and benefit the children 
in their care, including training, technical assistance and sponsorship of the USDA Child and 
Adult Care Food Program. 

17 child care referrals were arranged through the Child Care Resources and 
Referral Program, which maintains an inventory of all available child care options, provides 
child care referrals to employees of participating companies and to the general public, and 
expands the supph of quality child care by recruiting, training and assisting new child care 
providers, including the training of TANF participants. 

25 individuals received help through the WIC or Commodity Supplemental Food 
Programs: WIC provides supplemental nutritious foods, nutrition education, breast-feeding 
support and health care screening/referrals to pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants, and 
children up lo the age of five; the Commodity Supplemental lH)od Program provides monthly 
allotments of commodity foods and nutrition education materials to senior citizens, postpartum 
women, and 5-\ ear-old children. 

22 individuals received Literacy Ser\ ices, which provide high quality books and other 
literacy services to low income pre-school children and their families through the library-based 
Gift of Reading book distribution program and the Tales to Go traveling literacy and arts van, 
and adult basic education services through the Portsmouth Adult Basic Education Program. 

5 children were enrolled in Head Start, a comprehensive early childhood development 
program that provides education, health, nutrition, disability, and family support services to low- 
income pre-school children and their families. 

I household received services through the Homeless Outreach Intervention 
Program, which conducts outreach in areas frequented by the unsheltered homeless and assists 
the homeless with identifying shelter needs, arranging emergency transportation to shelters, and 
assisting shelter providers in arranging alternative shelter. 

10 households utilized the Emergency Food Assistance Program, which distributes 
USDA surplus food to participating homeless shelters and emergency food pantries. 

II households received help through the Health Insurance Counseling, Education 
and Assistance Service (HICEAS), which provide the services of trained volunteers to assist 
Medicare recipients with a wide rang of health insurance needs, including supplemental health 
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1 household received crisis ser>'ices which provides emergency grants to low-income 
households for the payment of rent, mortgage, electricity, fuel or other basic necessities for 
households facing evictions, foreclosures, utility terminations, lack of fuel, or other emergencies 
through \arious Crisis Programs; components including Homelessness Prevention Program and 
small pri\atcl\ -funded grant projects. 

In addition to these major programs, much of our staff time is devoted to working with 
people who come to us seeking help. During the past year, we logged 291 calls or visits from 
Fremont residents at the Outreach Center, man) of which were crisis calls involv ing evictions or 
foreclosures, fuel or utilit> problems, the lack of food or clothing, or general financial needs. 
By working closely together with local and state welfare administrators, landlords and mortgage 
lenders, fuel and utility companies, other human service agencies, and interested clergy and ci\ ic 
groups, we are able to link those in need with the ser\ices available to them. 



ROCKINGHAM NUTRITION & MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAM 

1 1 1 North Road 

[Brentwood NH 03833 

(603)679-2201 

Our function is feeding people: adults, primarih elderly people trying to remain in their 
own homes, recuperating from surgery or medical treatment (chemotherapy, dialysis, radiation) 
coping with chronic debilitating disease, episodes of acute illness, multiple health problems: or 
advanced age and frailly. We have age. disability, and/or income criteria that are adhered to 
before meals begin, and are ree\ aluated during ser\ ice. 

The Nutrition program pro\ ides hot noon lunches at the First Baptist Church in 
Brentwood on North Road. Monda\ through Frida\ : and through that center meals are deli\ered 
to local residents who are homebound. 

Meals on Wheels proxides the same well-balanced, hot meals delivered to the homes oi' 
the elderh and handicapped residents o\' Fremont, fhere are age. disability, and/or income 
criteria for this ser\ ice. Dri\ ers go to each person's home, deliver the meals, perform small tasks 
for the person, if needed in small wa\s: bringing in the mail, opening ajar: and in big ways: 

accidents, falls, and health crises. 

Meals are geared to the elderh and are low fat. low sodium, with diabetic substitutions 
available. For Meals On Wheels clients whose situations warrant it. we can also provide 
weekend meals (canned or trozen). night meals, frozen holidax' meals, and canned "Blizzard 
Bags" to be used during the winter when the driver is unable to deli\ er meals due to inclement 
v\eather. 

Ser\ices provided to Fremont residents in 2005-2006 included: 

• 1 5 Residents fed on a continuing basis. 

• About 8 Fremont area residents fed dailv 



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• Provided the main meal 250 days of the year for many. 

• Provided lunch and dinner 365 days of the year for the neediest of these residents 

• Served approximately 2,035 meals to Fremont residents. 



ROCKINGHAM VNA & HOSPICE 

137 Epping Road 

Exeter NH 03833 

(603) 772-2981 or Central Intake (800) 540-2981 

\\vvvv.fore\'ervday.com 

Rockingham Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice is a community-based, non-profit 
Home Health agency that serves the adult population of Rockingham County, NH as well the 
communities of Durham and Lee, NH. As an affiliate of Exeter Health Resources, our agency is 
uniquely positioned to provide you and your family with the highest quality Home Care, 
Hospice, and Community Outreach Programs and Services for a full range of medical and social 
issues. Many complex conditions are now being cared for in the home rather than in a hospital or 
skilled nursing facility. 

Our Home Care division brings comprehensive services delivered by a skilled and caring 
multidisciplinary team directly to you and your loved ones within the security and comfort of 
your home. Services range from providing assistance with bathing and dressing to performing 
complicated wound care and treatments, teaching about diabetes management, and providing 
therapy to regain strength, mobility and independence. 

Hospice is a comprehensive, team-oriented program of care that seeks to treat and 
comfort terminally ill patients and their loved ones. Hospice is a philosophy of care that accepts 
death as a natural part of life, seeking neither to hasten nor to prolong the dying process. 



SEACOAST HOSPICE 

1 Hampton Road 

Exeter NH 03833 

(603) 778-7391 or (800) 416-9207 

seacoasthospice.org 

The mission of Seacoast Hospice is to provide comprehensive physical, emotional and 
spiritual care for individuals and families to promote the highest quality of living during life- 
limiting illness and bereavement. Services include: 

Palliative care consultation concerning pain and symptom management 

Transitions: Case management and volunteer support for people living with life limiting 

illnesses that are not ready or not eligible for hospice care. 
Hospice Care: Nursing, social work, spiritual, physician, home health aides, 

homemakers, volunteers together, work as a team to provide care for the patient and 



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family. Includes medical equipment, supplies and medications. Respite and inpatient 

care available as needed. 
Bereavement Services: Follow-up care for the family of a hospice patient continues for 

thirteen months following a death. Support groups, short term counseling and education 

programs are available to the community at large. A special program. Bridges, is 

available for children, teens and their parents. 
Education: Community and professional education programs focusing on caregiving, 

death and grief, pain and symptom control. 

3 Fremont residents served as hospice volunteers this year. From July 1 , 2005 through 
June 30, 2006, Seacoast Hospice provided services to 34 Fremont residents including: 

2 1 terminally ill Fremont residents for a total of 1 , 1 22 patient days. This represents 

$155,655 of hospice service. 
1 Fremont residents participated in bereavement services. 
3 residents of Fremont were served by the Transitions program which relies solely on 

community support. 
Many residents borrowed medical equipment 
Many have visited our library for material on death and dying. 



SEACOAST MENTAL HEALTH 

Prospect Hill PO Box 1041 

Exeter NH 03833 

(603)772-2710 

Seacoast Mental health provides comprehensive mental health services for residents of 
Fremont. We also offer reduced fees for those who are in need. 

Fiscal year 2006 statistics indicate the following services provided to Fremont residents: 

• 504 hours of service to 96 residents of the community 

• Total gross dollar amount for these services was $65,193. 

We continue to provide comprehensive mental health services for those residents of the 
town of Fremont. We also continue to offer reduced fees for those who are in need. 



SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERVICES 

7 Junkins Avenue 

Portsmouth NH 03801 

(603)436-4017 

Crisis Hotline (888) 747-7070 

www.sassnh.ora 



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Sexual Assault Support Services is dedicated to supporting victims/survivors in their 
effort to heal from the trauma of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse, while striving to 
prevent the occurrence of sexual violence in local communities and in society at large. 


















This mission is accomplished by providing the following services: 

Toll-free confidential 24 hour crisis intervention hotline 1-888-747-7070; 

Outreach office for Strafford County located in Rochester at One Wakefield Street 322- 

0775; 

24-hour accompaniment to police stations and hospital emergency rooms for sexual 

assault victims; 

Information and referral to related services such as attorneys and therapists; 

Support groups for rape survivors, sexual abuse survivors, parents and other affected by 

sexual assault or abuse; 

Adolescent workshops on sexual harassment and sexual assault; 

Professional training and consultation to police departments, hospital and school 

personnel, others in the community, and human service agencies; 

Sexual harassment in the workplace workshops for teachers and students. 



Our program is committed to providing support, education, and advocacy to all survivors 
of sexual assault and sexual abuse and their parents, partners and other community members. 

The primary objectives of Sexual Assault Support Services are to empower survivors, to 
support them in their healing process, and to educate the community, heightening awareness of 
sexual assault and its prevention. We provide prevention programs throughout the school system 
in order to broaden awareness among students, teachers, and the community of the issues of 
sexual assault and harassment. In addition, our staff coordinates with police departments and 
hospital staff to improve response to sexual assault cases and to assure a supportive environment 
for the survivors. 




Inside the Olde Meetinghouse 



Photo Courtesy of 
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TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

ABDALLAH CONSTRUCTION CORP 

ABDALLAH CONSTRUCTION CORP 

ABDALLAH CONSTRUCTION CORP 

ABDALLAH CONSTRUCTION CORP 

ABDALLAH JR, GEORGE 

ABNEY, ERIC G & MARTHA F 

ABOUD, WILLIAM S & KARIN S 

ACKERMAN, SIMON 

ADAMS, LISA 

ADAMS, LISA 

ADAMS, LISA 

ADAMS, LISA 

ADAMS, LISA 

ADAMS, LISA 

ADAMS. PAUL C & ROSA M 

ADAMS, SCOTT A & KRISCINDA C 

AHERN, JEANNE P & FREDERICK JR 

ALIX, ALBERT M & JACQUELINE 

ALLAIN, MICHAEL D & TASCA B 

ALLEN, JAMES E & KRISTIN L 

ALLEN, RYAN M & STEPHANIE L 

ALLORE, ROBERT F & MICHELLE M 

AMATO, DAVID R & TAMMI M 

AMENGUAL, ANGELO L & DARLENE 

AMERAL, VINCENT & PATRICIA A 

AMICO, MICHELLE M 

AMORIM, RAMIRO S & ADELAIDE B 

ANDERSON REV TRUST, RUTH A 

ANDERSON, HJALMER A & CHRISTINE 

ANDERSON, MARK & CHRISTINE C 

ANDERSON, MARY A 

ANDREOLI, ERIC J & MICHELLE 

ANDREW, ROBERT 

ANGUS, DAVID & LORI S 

ANGWIN JR, CHARLES E & LISA 

APRAHAMIAN, ABRAHAM & KAREN 

ARCIERI TEST TR, MARY E 

ARMSTRONG, GARY T & LISA C 

ARNOFSKY, BARRY E & SHAREN B 

ARP, TREVOR W 

ARROYO, JUAN & KAREN 

ARSENAULT, GARY S & AIMEE E 

ARSENAULT. JEFFREY S & ERIN E 

ARSENAULT, STEVEN D & KATHERIN 

ARSENEAULT, DONALD A & JUDITH 

ARTHUR, LEE 

ASHLEY, CLAIRE 

ATKINSON, SEAN L & FAUSTINO, JOHN S 

AUDETTE, ROBERT & JUDY 

AUGEVICH, FELICIA C & CHRISTOPHER 

AUSTIN, MICHAEL A & TRACY Z 

BABCOCK, WILLIAM S 

BABINEAU, GARY J & JACQUELINE 

BACON, DEBRAJ 

BAKER REV TRUST, BARBARA D 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 

26 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 1 
26 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 2 
26 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 3 
26 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 4 

10 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 3 
171 WHITTIER DRIVE 

25 ANN LANE 
673 MAIN STREET 
BRENTWOOD ROAD L/0 
BRENTWOOD ROAD L/0 
BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 
BRENTWOOD ROAD L/0 
BRENTWOOD ROAD L/0 
BRENTWOOD ROAD L/0 
61 POPLIN DRIVE 
51 SCRIBNER ROAD 
16 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 
72 SOUTH ROAD 
110 WHITTIER DRIVE 
44 WHITTIER DRIVE 

11 LEAVITTROAD 
613 MAIN STREET 
18 BEAN ROAD 

61 WALKER LANE 

39 WILDWOOD DRIVE 

16 MERRILL LANE 

SHIRKIN ROAD / BEEDE HILL ROAD 
36 ABBOTT ROAD 
84 OLD RIDGE ROAD 

4 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 

24 ABBOTT ROAD 
44 POPLIN DRIVE 
11 ROGERS ROAD 

30 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 

224 NORTH ROAD 

34 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 

23 JAMES ROAD #2 

148 TUCK DRIVE 

281 MAIN STREET 

86 GODFREY LANE 

371 NORTH ROAD 

138 NORTH ROAD 

71 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 

91 MAIN STREET 

60 TARAH WAY 

178KARLIN ROAD 

498 MAIN STREET 

17 SUSAN'S WAY 
58 PARADISE DRIVE 
215 COPP DRIVE 

5 WILDWOOD DRIVE 

177 WHITTIER DRIVE ^ '-.: 1 
278 NORTH ROAD 
69 SHIRKIN ROAD 

25 COUNTRY LANE 



Land Value 


Building 


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50,000 


7,600 




50,000 


7,000 




50,000 


7,000 




50,000 


7,600 







234,100 




104,400 


170,600 




100,800 


145,300 




189,700 


152,800 




253,500 







55,300 







55,300 







55,300 







55.300 







55.300 







94,600 


145,400 




67,400 


200,800 




105,300 


247,600 




101,472 


207,600 




134,300 


177,600 




105,100 


178,200 




99,400 


127,200 




134,400 


162,400 




84,100 


203,200 




85,800 


164,000 




94,700 


193,500 




104.400 


180,200 




501 







79.000 


115,100 




74.674 


110,600 




88,200 


169,900 




83,315 


79,600 




94,200 


182,200 




104,700 


187,600 




86,700 


174.000 




84,100 


126,100 




6,800 










129,800 




119,200 


277,900 




65,100 


102,800 




119,100 


286,500 




102.400 


149.300 




98,500 


247.500 




103,701 


258,900 




99,700 


127.900 







181.900 




111,500 


257.700 




94,300 


159.200 




86,500 


142,500 




148,300 


213.300 




110,800 


250.300 




94,600 


165.600 




110,700 


145,700 




73,500 


128,300 




92,200 


135,100 







125,700 





157 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

BAKER, JACK C & MARILYN L 

BARANOWSKI, CECILE R 

BARCELOS, JULIEA 

BARCLAY-KITSON, DONNA M 

BARHAM, ROGER A & MURRAY, NANCY 

BARKER FAMILY TRUST 

BARKER FAMILY TRUST 

BARKER, TIMOTHY M & MARGARET R 

BARR, MICHAEL P & KIMBERLY A 

BARRETT, JUSTIN D 

BARTHELEMY TRUST, BRENDA & SCOTT 

BARTLEY, ROBERT F & MARGARET B 

BASS, RICHARD H & SUZANNE J 

BASSETT FAMILY REV TRUST 

BASTI, NICHOLAS A & ALEXANDRIA 

BAXTER, JAMES W & RAYMOND, KARLI 

BEAN JR, DONALD C & LAUREEN 

BEAN, BARBARA M 

BEAUDRY, MICHELLE 

BEAUREGARD, DAVID R & LISA-BETH 

BEEBE, DAVID H & AUDREY S 

BEECROFT, CHRISTIAN & THERESE M 

BEGLEY, PETER T & LISA R 

BELKOVICZ, WALTER A 

BELMONTE, MARGUERITE F & THOMAS 

BENEDETTO, JAMIE RUTH 

BENHAM, WAYNE T & BARBARA T 

BENISHIN REVOCABLE TRUST 

BENISHIN REVOCABLE TRUST 

BENISHIN REVOCABLE TRUST 

BENTLEY, DONALD S & MARILYN F 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERENSON, SANDRA J 

BERGERON JR, DAVID R 

BERGIN, JOHN P & CAROL A 

BERKENBUSH, BOBETTE W 

BERNHARDT, TODD & NANCY 

BERNIER REVOCABLE TRUST, RAYMOND 

BERNIER, MICHAEL & JUDY 

BERTOLAMI, TAMMI JAMES & DAVID J 

BERTRAM, GARY E 

BERUBE, JOSEPH A & PAULINE M 

BETTENCOURT, DONALD J & LORRAINE 

BETTENCOURT, FRANK 

BEZANSON, ADAM M 

BIBBO, RONALD P & DONNA J 

BIELECKI, BRYAN & ZIMMERMAN, HEIDI 

BIRD, DENISE E & JUNDI, RAMI A 

BISHOP ESTATE, HERMAN F 

BISHOP, DAVID M & KAREN K 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


45 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


145,600 


23 ROWE DRIVE 


75,900 


167,000 


10 CLOVER COURT 


6,700 





9 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


104,100 


169,200 


47 DEER RUN 


107,500 


223,000 


7 LOUISE LANE 


67,700 


180,400 


L/0 LOUISE LANE 


7,300 





149 WHITTIER DRIVE 


112,692 





268 WHITTIER DRIVE 


119,200 


166,700 


22 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


161,300 


154 MARTIN ROAD 


107,182 


382,300 


753 MAIN STREET 


153,100 


185,200 


376 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


96,100 


173,000 


190 SCRIBNER ROAD 


105,400 


246,700 


25 SUNNY LANE 


50,300 


126,600 


20 HOOKE ROAD 


94,600 


188,800 


929 MAIN STREET 


106,800 


153,500 


235 MAIN STREET 


74,500 


120,200 


4 HOOKE ROAD 


95,100 


178,900 


64 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


113,400 


231,900 


6 GEORGES LANE 





173,300 


40 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


51,500 


92,100 


64 LYNETTE LANE 


98,400 


197,600 


KADRA STREET BRENTWOOD L/O 


3,800 





28 DEER RUN 


91,100 


220,500 


28 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


67,400 


93,100 


97 NORTH ROAD UNIT 4 


90,900 


198,700 


SOUTH ROAD BACKLAND 


4,407 





SOUTH ROAD BACKLAND 


4,746 





MAIN STREET REAR L/O 


4,510 





362 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85,800 


168,200 


BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 


55,300 





BRENTWOOD ROAD AT MAIN STREET 


55,300 





BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 


55,300 





BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 


55,300 





BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 


110,600 





BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 


55,300 





BRENTWOOD ROAD L/O 


253,500 





80 BEAN ROAD 


107,000 


231,200 


103 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


106,500 


212,000 


51 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


87,600 


106,500 


42 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


83,600 


175,100 


39 TAVERN ROAD 


90,400 


188,500 


56 MAIN STREET 


98,000 


92,600 


504 MAIN STREET 


122,100 


108,900 


91 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


117,400 


228,000 


57 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





120,600 


36 SENTER CIRCLE 


111,100 


185,300 


13 CLOUGH CROSSING 


147,700 


230,100 


11 GRISTMILL ROAD 


118,600 


248,800 


16BARRELLRUN 


96,700 


161,000 


74 PRESCOTT ROAD 


82,400 


111,500 


226 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


83,955 


102,000 


BOGGS BRIDGE 


12,800 





39 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


66,600 


225,400 



158 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

BISHOP, LLOYD & NORMA 

BITTERSWEET PROPERTIES LLC 

BLACK IRREV TR, HAROLD J & MURIEL 

BLACK, CHARLES E & CAROL 

BLACK, CHARLES E & CAROL 

BLACKWELL, CAROL EBERT 

BLADES, DOUGLAS & KATHI 

BLAINE, WILLIAM & DOREEN 

BLANCHETTE, DAVID J & VANESSA 

BLOCKER, MATTHEW & CARDWELL, D 

BLOCKER, MATTHEW & CARDWELL, D 

BLOK, ALBERT E 

BLOOMQUIST. ELIZABETH 

BLOUIN SR, LEO A & THERESA R 

BODEN, KATHRYN & SUSAN 

BOISVERT, SCOTT E & BARI A 

BOLDUC JR, JOSEPH G & PATRICIA 

BOLDUC, BETTY 

BOLDUC, CHARLES & CARLENE 

BOLDUC, CHARLES & CARLENE 

BOLDUC, CHARLES N & CARLENE M 

BOLDUC, EPHREM & GEORGIA 

BOLDUC, JERRY & CHERYL 

BOLDUC, JESSE J & MEREDITH 

BOLDUC, JESSE J & MEREDITH 

BOLDUC, JOHN K & SHERYL A 

BOLDUC, JOSEPH G & SANDRA L 

BOLDUC, KEVIN C & KAREN G WILBUR 

BOLDUC, PETER B & DIANNE G 

BOLDUC, TIMOTHY J 

BOLDUC. TY SANDERSON 

BOLTON. CHRISTOPHER & ROBIN 

BOLTON, ROBERT & MARILYN 

BONAGURA, MATTHEW T & TANYA 

BONAGURA, SUSAN T 

BONAGURA. SUSAN T 

BONAGURA, TIMOTHY L & BUFFY J 

BOND, EBEN B& LAURIE 

BOND, SCOTT J & TAMMY L 

BONDI, MICHAEL & DENISE 

BONITO, JAMES S & DINA M PARTHREE- 

BONO. LEONARD S & PATRICIA L 

BOOMHOWER, MICHAEL S & JANIS L 

BOOTH, BRIAN T & KRISTEN D 

BORESS, DAVID W 

BORRUSO, KATHLEEN & RIVIEZZO, R M 

BOSS, DONALD L & ELOISE 

BOTTAI, DEAN S 

BOUCHER, LEON A & DIANE P 

BOUDREAU JR. RAYMOND L & DARLENE 

BOURQUE, JAY A & LINDA M 

BOUTIN, ALBERT J & ELIZABETH BRUNER- 

BOUTIN, BERNARD L & GAY S 

BOWERING, JANET H 

BOYD. RICHARD 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


578 MAIN STREET 


121.900 


96,800 


442 MAIN STREET 


167.600 


2.173,800 


18 POND LANE 


82,600 


150,500 


59 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


95.300 


107,700 


51 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


108,200 


313,900 


26 ROCK N PINES 


110.900 


161.800 


253 SOUTH ROAD 


74.900 


120.500 


44 THUNDER ROAD 


113.900 


334.100 


53 SANDOWN ROAD 


62,500 


175,400 


ROWE DRIVE L/O 


44,000 





54 ROWE DRIVE 


95,600 


167,700 


8 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


51.500 


47.300 


309 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


83.330 


149.200 


58 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


98.400 


177.200 


307 MAIN STREET 


135,000 


183.700 


104 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


109,900 


206.000 


155 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


155.800 


238,600 


135 MAIN STREET 


98.400 


76.400 


77 SANDOWN ROAD 


82,400 


119,900 


LOUISE LANE SWAMP 


16.600 





105 TAVERN ROAD 


94.950 


299,300 


44 SANDOWN ROAD 


98.400 


111.400 


427 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,800 


173,100 


13 SANDOWN ROAD 


91.200 


236,100 


L/O SANDOWN ROAD 


10.000 





252 SOUTH ROAD 


86,600 


63.600 


157 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


99,200 


239,700 


116 TAVERN ROAD 


90.294 


205,000 


35 EMERSON DRIVE # 1 


140.359 


242,500 


445 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


102,200 


149,300 


35 EMERSON DRIVE # 2 


103.400 


253,300 


327 NORTH ROAD 


98.700 


121.700 


53 TARAH WAY 





173,900 


255 SANDOWN ROAD 


99.030 


240,600 


SANDOWN ROAD 


3.929 


700 


298 SANDOWN ROAD 


85,982 


206,200 


308 SANDOWN ROAD 


113,400 


242,600 


43 BEAN ROAD 


: 47,100 


135,800 


21 POND LANE 


102.500 


173.700 


75 LEAVITT ROAD 


83,900 


181.000 


442 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


91.500 


177,900 


22 PULASKI DRIVE 


111.100 


188,600 


190 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


99.200 


223,200 


47 HOOKE ROAD 


95,100 


191,500 


435 WHITTIER DRIVE 


97.900 


158.700 


26 SUSANS WAY 


86.500 


142.500 


34 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


86,700 


141,500 


52 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


50.600 


79.700 


975 MAIN STREET 


143,800 


117,300 


14 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


5.000 





49 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


87,600 


92.700 


381 SANDOWN ROAD 


106,900 


150,500 


11 LYNbl IE LANE 


101,600 


183,200 


SPRUCE SWAMP 


8.800 





76 SHIRKIN ROAD 


81.900 


99,400 



159 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

BOYLAN, DEAN 

BOYLE JR, PHILIP T 

BOYNTON, MAUREEN 

BRADFORD, JIMMIE & EMMA 

BRADLEY. MARC P & TIFFANY JOHNSTONE 

BRAGOLE, ROBIN M & JOHN L 

BRAID, CHARLES & SUSANNE 

BRAID, CHRISTOPHER & PAMELA 

BRALEY, JANE E & BROOKS V 

BRANN, JOSEPH M & CHRISTINE M 

BRANN, TRACY 

BRAUN, KATHRYN & BLUMENTHAL, JUDI 

BRENNAN, RICHARD F 

BRETON, JOEL M & SUSAN F 

BRETON, JOEL M & SUSAN F 

BRETT, NICHOLAS W & NANCY O 

BRETTON, DOROTHY A 

BRIGGS JR, GILBERT & LINDA HOULE- 

BRIGGS, ROBERT A & JENNIFER F 

BRODEUR, SUSAN E & JAMIE M 

BROGAN, STEPHEN E & DIANE M 

BROOKS, ALFRED D & KATHERINE R 

BROOKS, BEVERLY A & CORDES, EUGENE 

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, NATHANIEL 

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, NATHANIEL 

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, NATHANIEL 

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, NATHANIEL 

BROWN FAMILY TRUST, NATHANIEL 

BROWN, DAVID & LOUISE 

BROWN, DOUGLAS R & JENNIFER I 

BROWN, JAMES M & RHONDA J 

BROWN, JOHN J & TAPLEY, S & M J 

BROWN, KENNETH & TANYA 

BROWN, ROBERT L & PATRICIA E 

BROWN, STEVEN & DIANE 

BROYER, GREGGORY R & RENEE M 

BRUBACHER, JANIS & COOPER, RICHARD 

BRUNELLE, CARRIE JEAN 

BRUNO, CHARLES R & PATRICIA M 

BRUSH TRUST 

BRYANT, ROBERT A & SHANNON V 

BRYLCZYK, EDMUND J & LISA M 

BUCHANAN, JAMES M & KAREN M 

BUMFORD, DONALD & SUZANNE 

BUONOPANE, JOHN E & ODETE C 

BURKE FAMILY TRUST, JOHN & ADELE 

BURKE, BETSY P 

BURKE, STEPHEN & DEBORAH A 

BURKE, STEPHEN J & ALICE 

BURLEIGH IRREV TRUST, BARBARA 

BURLEY FAMILY TRUST, H B 

BURNS, ALAN & KRIPP, TRACEY 

BUROKAS, DAVID 

BURROWS, GEORGE A & ELIZABETH 

BURTON, JUNE M 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Val 


ue 


LOUISE LANE L/0 


15,700 







102 OLD RIDGE ROAD 


92,300 


150,700 




4 SHADY LANE 


50,000 


93,400 




SHIRKIN ROAD AT SQUIRE RD 


4,642 







41 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


166,600 




131 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


111,700 


201,400 




126 WHITTIER DRIVE 


109,400 


195,800 




391 MAIN STREET 


133,400 


98,500 




23 ABBOTT ROAD 


77,412 


104,500 




138 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


95,900 


242,800 




17 BEAN ROAD 


47,500 


121,000 




97 NORTH ROAD UNIT 5 


146,951 


247,900 




156KARLIN ROAD 


105,900 


208,800 




15 KELSEY DRIVE 


85,800 


244,900 




KELSEY DRIVE L/0 


4,000 







240 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


109,228 


320,400 




14 COUNTRY LANE 





107,100 




7 BIRCH HAVEN 


81,900 


126,200 




175KARLIN ROAD 


121,100 


173,600 




22 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


86,700 


127,100 




SOUTH ROAD 


1,671 







11 JAMES ROAD 





120,500 




173 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


109,976 


337,100 




SANDOWN ROAD 


960 







SANDOWN ROAD 


3,203 







SANDOWN ROAD 


3,561 







SPRUCE SWAMP ALONG RR BED 


753 







SPRUCE SWAMP ALONG RR BED 


1,238 







217 CHESTER ROAD 


120,200 


189,000 




3 SQUIRE ROAD 


88,914 


212,900 




337 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,100 


127,900 




651 MAIN STREET 


127,400 


146,900 




131 DANVILLE ROAD 


121,400 


167,500 




209 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,800 


179,100 




20 LOUISE LANE 


96,000 


179,800 




182 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


94,200 


240,600 




370 NORTH ROAD 


174,000 


250,800 




25 SANDOWN ROAD 


98,400 


154,700 




233 COPP DRIVE 


115,100 


220,600 




39 KELSEY DRIVE 


88,200 


173,200 




844 MAIN STREET 


133,600 


135,500 




69ANDRESKI DRIVE 


103,700 


194,200 




48 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





68,600 




27 SHIRKIN ROAD 


81,900 


160,800 




48 GODFREY LANE 


119,000 


305,900 




56 RISLOVES WAY 





319,300 




10 KIRSTEN'S LANDING 


91,400 


221,800 




7 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


145,800 




35 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


104,000 


182,200 




79 MAIN STREET 


122,600 


97,000 




SPRUCE SWAMP 


958 







20 COMPROMISE LANE 


21,700 







74 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


55,700 


108,800 




13R0WE DRIVE 


73,200 


185,100 




48 HOOKE ROAD 


117,100 


199,300 





160 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

BUSBY, TERENCE A 

BUTEAU, DENNIS & CATHERINE 

BUTLER TRUST, GERTRUDE I 

BUTLER TRUST. GERTRUDE I 

BUTLER, BARBARA 

BUTLER, RICHARD D & KIRSTEN L 

BUTRUCCIO, JOHN F & JULIE A 

BUTT, DAVID B 

BUTTRICK, TODD A & VICTORIA L 

BUXTON, WILLIAM G 

CABRAL. BARBARA A 

CACCIOLA, PAUL J 

CAFE TRUST 

CAIRNS. SCOTT G & CHRISTINE K 

CALDER, JAMES W & IRENE D 

CALL TRUST. JULIA B 

CALLAHAN, JOHN J & PATRICIA 

CALLAHAN, ROBERT F & MARGARET 

CAMPBELL, RICHARD A & MARGARET A 

CAMPSIE, RITA RAE E & ROBERT A 

CAPUTO, MICHAEL A & DEBORAH A 

CARBONE, PAUL & SUSAN 

CARDER, STEPHEN J & ELIZABETH 

CAREY. DONALD R & MICHELE M 

CARLETON, BRUCE T & FRANCES J 

CARNEY, JAMES 

CARON, WILLIAM E & SHERI L 

CARR, CHRISTOPHER & JENNIFER 

CARR, ROBERT JOSEPH & DEBORAH A 

CARRUBBA, PHILIP & CINDY L 

CARTER, FRANK A & KIMBERLY 

CASAZZA, CHARLES F 

CASE, STEVEN 

CASEY JR. JAMES J & JENNIFER 

CASEY, SHIRLEY A & ROBERT J 

CASINO, MICHAEL N & HALL, CYNTHIA 

CASWELL, CHARLES D & DORINE C 

CENTERVIEW HOLLOW LAND CO LLC 

CHABOT, STEVEN W & KATHERINE 

CHALIFOUR, MARCR 

CHAMPIGNY, PAUL M & NANCY 

CHAMPIGNY, PAUL M & NANCY 

CHAPINSKY, JOHN & CECILIA 

CHAPLIN, JASON S 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS J & KELLY A 

CHARRON-BIMBO TRUST 

CHASE, FRANCES B & STEVEN 

CHASE, JASON A & TERRI L 

CHASSE, JOHN T & MICHELLE M 

CHASSE, MARK J & A DENISE 

CHASSE. RAYMOND & CLAIRE 

CHIACCHIA. DANIEL P & MEGAN J 

CHIACHIO, GEORGE 

CHILDREN'S FREMONT LLC 

CHRISTIE. LINDAA HUSSEY 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


68 NORTH ROAD 


83.820 


133,000 




55 POPLIN DRIVE 


94.100 


234.800 




254 NORTH ROAD 


86,380 


135.400 




254 NORTH ROAD REAR L/0 


2.060 







51 TARAH WAY 





120,700 




23 POPLIN DRIVE 


94.100 


229,600 




398 NORTH ROAD 


121.700 


201,300 




1 BEAN ROAD 


72,400 


172,500 




14KARLIN ROAD 


107,200 


150,400 




SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 


1.515 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


11.800 







54 BEAN ROAD 


88.100 


208,100 




110COPP DRIVE 


116,000 


228,200 




2 PULASKI DRIVE 


82,300 


201,000 




444 WHITTIER DRIVE 


97.200 


164,200 




BOGGS BRIDGE 


13,400 







81 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


103,800 


225,500 




18 GODFREY LANE 


123,400 


278,300 




17ANDRESKI DRIVE 


105,500 


230,100 




87 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


106,000 


209,900 




607 MAIN STREET 


108,900 


196,200 




16 DEXTER COURT 


120,100 


275,600 




910 MAIN STREET 


153,600 


228,900 




27 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


115,600 


172,700 




403 MAIN STREET 


94.800 


106,700 




21 PINE STREET 


60.400 


45,400 




7 COOPER DRIVE 


103.700 


203,600 




109 SCRIBNER ROAD 


132,300 


186,600 




6 POLLINGER ROAD 


111,200 


413,300 




70Vbl lER DRIVE 


94,600 


137,700 




203 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


118.700 


206,200 




13 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


86.000 


120,300 




22 NORTH ROAD 


109,500 


186,000 




10 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 4 





255,600 




21 ROGERS ROAD 


99,100 


238,000 




89 SCRIBNER ROAD 


129,818 


239,700 




83 DEER RUN 


117,100 


216,100 




HALL ROAD 


223.907 







16 DANVILLE ROAD 


56.800 


132,000 




35 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


115.800 


149,900 




BRENTWOOD ROAD (REAR) 


2,338 







L/0 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


5,371 







20 JAMES ROAD 





101,800 




180 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


94,800 


255,500 




26 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


86,700 


164,600 




33 SUSAN'S WAY 


86.500 


213,100 




31 DANVILLE ROAD 


103.494 


145,600 




344 SANDOWN ROAD 


98,400 


254,800 




46 GODFREY LANE 


122,700 


272,000 




17 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 


85,800 


207,100 




47 TARAH WAY 





182,100 




51 LOUISE LANE 


96.000 


176,800 




5 TREATY COURT - SANDOWN 


4,700 







COPP DRIVE L/0 


75,800 







59 BARRELL RUN 


94.100 


189,000 





161 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

CHRISTILLES III, JOSEPH C & TRACY 

CHRISTON, LUKE 

CHURCH, JULIANEM 

CHUTE, JASON W & BRINN J 

CIARAMELLA, JOHN E & ROSEMARY 

CIARLO, ROBERT & LEVY, STEPHANIE 

CIVALI, JOHN A&LYNN J 

CLARE SR TTEE, MICHAEL J 

CLARK, DANA M 

CLARK, MATTHEW A & LANI M 

CLARKSON REV TRUST, HELEN C 

CLAY, RONALD T & DENISE L 

CLDC FAMILY TRUST 

CLEARY, WARREN & JUDITH 

CLEMENT, KATHRYN M 

CLEMENZI, PAUL A & CHRISTINA V 

CLOONAN, ELIZABETH J 

CLOUGH JR, HERBERT A 

CLOUTIER, ADAM G 

CLOUTIER, GARY J & TANICE A 

COCCI, DANIEL 

COCO, KEVIN N & SUSAN T 

COCUZZA, JOSEPH P & MARY L 

CODERRE, STEVEN R & DIANE C 

COISH, GAILL 

COLCORD, THOMAS J & ALICIA M 

COLE, DEBORAH 

COLE, HARLOW 

COLLINS, KEVIN J 

COLLINS, ROBERTA 

COLMAN JR, C & M / DENIS, M & J 

COLOM, FRANCISCO & GUILLERMO 

COLOM. LUIS P& LISA A 

COMEAU, ALAN D & STEPHANIE 

COMEAU-GELINA, DENISE E 

COMERFORD, SEAN J 

COMLEY, STEPHEN K & STEPHANIE 

COMLEY, STEPHEN K & STEPHANIE 

COMO, PAUL S & VALERIE M 

CONNERS, EDWARD & LORRAINE 

CONNOR, DANIEL J & ANNA M 

CONNORS TRUSTEE, KARIN E 

CONNORS, MICHAEL P & NANCY E 

CONROY, MARGARET 

COOKE, MICHAEL A & DEBORAH 

COOLEY, RODNEY D & JOANN S 

COOMBS, HOWARD R & SHEILA A 

COOMBS, PETER 

COOPE, SHAWN J 

COOPER, DONALD E & LINDA 

COOPER, MICHAEL H & CAROL A 

COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 

COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 

COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 

COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


21 PULASKI DRIVE 


101,200 


195,000 


11 PINE STREET 


57,000 


91,800 


22 ROCK N PINES 


106,900 


260,800 


73 TUCK DRIVE 


118,600 


268,300 


22 JAMES ROAD 





74,200 


CHESTER TOWN LINE 


1,034 





12 KIRSTEN'S LANDING 


86,200 


293,900 


BEEDE HILL ROAD 


9,779 





9 SAN ANTONIO DRIVE 


83,100 


162,100 


160 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


102,300 


220,000 


225 DANVILLE ROAD 


87,300 


147,800 


76 PRESCOTT ROAD 


82,300 


146,900 


64SCRIBNERROAD 


119,870 


468,600 


19LEAVITTR0AD 


82,000 


128,500 


66 PRESCOTT ROAD 


62,100 


148,200 


80 TAYLOR LANE 


124,800 


216,100 


188 MAIN STREET 


68,600 


77,600 


101 LEAVITT ROAD 


99,000 


148,600 


38 DANVILLE ROAD 


75,900 





15 MARTIN ROAD 


99,949 


170,500 


31 C RUM HOLLOW 


34.000 


133,700 


TAVERN ROAD L/O 


45,100 





27 PIGEON LANE 


93,400 


157,300 


542 MAIN STREET 


125,700 


160,100 


104 HOOKE ROAD 


113,300 


243,400 


86 LEAVITT ROAD 


100,300 


236,500 


78 PRESCOTT ROAD 


75,000 


93,000 


SCRIBNER ROAD 


2,800 





183 WHITTIER DRIVE 


105,100 


170,700 


SCRIBNER ROAD 


68,900 


96,300 


16 LYNETTELANE 


98,700 


309,900 


3 LYNETTE LANE 


102,800 


231,800 


54 SENTER CIRCLE 


128,600 


168,900 


13 MIDDLE STREET 


67,600 


172,900 


29 COOPER DRIVE 


133,200 


183,400 


34 SOUTH ROAD 


85,800 


138,900 


MAIN STREET 


76,300 





864 MAIN STREET 


140,100 


186,900 


96 GODFREY LANE 


118,800 


291,600 


12 MEETINGHOUSE ROAD 


99,600 


161,500 


941 MAIN STREET 


111,100 


139,700 


17 SAN ANTONIO DRIVE 


100,700 


159,600 


191 WHITTIER DRIVE 


108,100 


163,500 


34TIBBETTS ROAD 


89,900 


13,500 


97 LOUISE LANE 


41,300 


106,800 


3SHIRKIN ROAD 


98,400 


103,700 


230 SOUTH ROAD 


96,600 


158,300 


17 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


106,700 


224,300 


8 CLOVER COURT 


6,700 





5 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


98,700 


107,900 


23 BARRELL RUN 


94,100 


140.100 


FROST LANE 


126,300 





FROST LANE 


127,500 





FROST LANE 


134,400 





FROST LANE 


131,000 






162 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME > 

COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERAGE FOREST LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COOPERS CORNER LLC 
COPP SR, WILLIAM G & KATHLEEN 
COPP, ALICES. WAYNE E 
COPP, ALLEN E & RHONDA 
COPP, ALLEN E & RHONDA 
COPP, GORDON D 
COPP, WAYNE & SUSAN 
COPP, WAYNE & SUSAN 
COPPHUTCH ENTERPRISES LLC 
COPPHUTCH ENTERPRISES LLC 
COPPHUTCH ENTERPRISES LLC 
COPPHUTCH ENTERPRISES LLC 
COPPHUTCH ENTERPRISES LLC 
COSTA, PAMELA J 
COSTELLO, DANIEL T & DEBRA A 
COSTELLO, ERICK & ESPOSITO, BETHANY 
COSTELLO, GLENYCE M & ERNEST E 
COTE REV TRUST, CAROL A 
COTE, JOAN & ROBERT D 
COTRONEO, GARY & JOANNE 
COUGHLIN. FRANK B & PATTY 
COURAGE JR, BRUCE W & JODI 
COURCY, MATTHEW & MCKEE, ANTJE C 
COWAN, GEORGE R & COOKIE A 
COWIE, DOUGLAS M & LINDA M 
CRANDALL, NORMAN D & KATHALEEN 
CRONIN, BRENT J & VANACORE, RENEE 
CROSS, DAVID A & JEAN M 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


FROST LANE 


127,000 





FROST LANE 


124,900 





SPAULDING ROAD 


124.000 





SPAULDING ROAD 


129,500 





SPAULDING ROAD 


124,300 





SPAULDING ROAD 


131.300 





SPAULDING ROAD 


133,800 





SPAULDING ROAD 


129.200 





SPAULDING ROAD 


130.900 





117 SPAULDING ROAD 


129,200 





107 SPAULDING ROAD 


133,500 





93 SPAULDING ROAD 


127,000 





77 SPAULDING ROAD 


128.200 





SPAULDING ROAD 


127.500 





FROST LANE 


124,800 





FROST LANE 


128,000 





FROST LANE 


135,000 





326 MAIN STREET 








SPAULDING ROAD 


182,000 


35,000 


SPAULDING ROAD 


131,600 


17,500 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 1 





162,200 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 3 





81,200 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 4 





28,400 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 5 





74,700 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 6 





79,100 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 7 





100,700 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 8 





94.300 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 9 





94.300 


518 & 522 MAIN STREET 


105.000 


249,300 


528 MAIN STREET 


120,700 


159,000 


23 DANVILLE ROAD 


88,900 


133,100 


27 DANVILLE ROAD 


114.900 


206,400 


92 SANDOWN ROAD 


96,800 


113,600 


L/0 ROWE DRIVE AT ANN LANE 


10 





64 ROWE DRIVE 


96.000 


323.200 


KENNISTON LANE L/0 


306 





KENNISTON LANE L/0 


453 





KENNISTON LANE L/0 


511 





KENNISTON LANE L/0 


777 





KENNISTON LANE L/0 


768 


G 


233 DANVILLE ROAD 


87.800 


215,500 


7 MARTIN ROAD 


148,100 


171.900 


95 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103,800 


160.100 


23 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





86,100 


128 THUNDER ROAD 


113,600 


327.200 


50 COUNTRY LANE 





157,700 


32 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


7,700 





47 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


88,300 


130,300 


86 DANVILLE ROAD 


102,600 


225,500 


9 HOOKE ROAD 


97,300 


176,000 


234 COPP DRIVE 


114.700 


180,000 


ROUTE 111A 


5,718 





94 TIBBETTS ROAD 


143,300 


46,800 


45 ANN LANE 


94,100 


173.000 


392 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85,800 


150.100 



163 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

CROTEAU, NEIGE & JOY & INGHAM, M 

CROWE, SEAN W & DUBE, AMY 

CROWN ATLANTIC COMPANY LLC 

CUI, DANC&DEBRAM 

CULLEN, FRANCIS & ANNEMARIE 

CUMMINGS, RICHARD L & DYON M 

CUNNINGHAM, BRUCE J & LORI A 

CUNNINGHAM, PATRICK J & LINDA J 

CUNNINGHAM, PHILIP M 

CURRIER, WILLIAM L & JOANNE M 

CURTIN, TALBOT M & BONNIE H 

CURTIS, CHARLES C & CARO F 

CURTIS, NANCY COLLINS 

CYR, CYNTHIA & EDWARD 

DADAMO, CHRISTIANA M 

DADAMO, CHRISTIANA M 

DADAMO, SCOTT E & MICHELE 

D'EON, RAYMOND A & LAURA J 

D'EON, SUSAN & SVENONIUS, STEPHANIE 

DABRIEO, TODD M & TOBI L 

DAHMS, RAOUL& FALZARANO, LORI 

DAIGLE, BRIAN 

DAIGLE, MARK E & DIANNE 

DAIGNEAULT, KEVIN R & KIMBERLY 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DAKOTA REALTY TRUST 

DALEY, DANIEL J & KRISTA L 

DALY JR, JOHN F & TRACEY A 

DALY, MICHAEL P & REBECCA L 

DANEAU, MICHAEL S & DIANNE J 

DANJOU JR, LEO J & CLAIRE V 

DANLEY, JEREMY M 

DANLEY, LEE M & RITA 

DAVIES, HAROLD A & ELIZABETH R 

DAVIS, DANIEL J & LORI-ANN G 

DAVIS, MICHAEL & ROSA 

DAVIS, RICHARD A 

DAVIS, STEVEN G & KIMBERLY A 

DAWICKI SR, RICHARD & LEVINE, KAREN 

DEANE, DAVID & KAREN 

DEANGELO, HOLLY L 

DEBEER. BRUCE R & PATRICIA A 

DEBLOIS, GARRETT R & JENILEE 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 

9 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 
4 TIBBETTS ROAD 
399BEEDE ROAD 
4B MARTIN ROAD 
27 TAYLOR LANE 

63 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 
1 SAN ANTONIO DRIVE 

4 GEORGES LANE UNIT 2 

10 EMERSON DRIVE 
366 SANDOWN ROAD 
24 BEEDE HILL ROAD 
65 SLEEPER CIRCLE 

6 KADRA STREET BRENTWOOD 

31 3 MAIN STREET 

106 NORTH ROAD 

ACROSS FROM 106 NORTH ROAD 

109KARLIN ROAD 

380 BEEDE HILL ROAD 

34 OLD RIDGE ROAD 
17 MERRILL LANE 

35 ROWE DRIVE 
679 MAIN STREET 

9 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 
29 ROGERS ROAD 
53 TREATY COURT (UNITS 5 & 6) 
SANDOWN TOWN LINE 
TREATY COURT BACKLAND 
TREATY COURT COMMON LAND 
75 TREATY COURT UNITS 1-6 
46 & 82 TREATY COURT UNITS 1-4 
53 TREATY COURT UNITS 1-4 
51 TREATY COURT UNITS 1-4 
46 DAKOTA DRIVE UNITS 1-2 
24 DAKOTA DRIVE UNITS 1-6 

19 DAKOTA DRIVE UNITS 1-2 

5 DAKOTA DRIVE UNITS 1-4 
41 TREATY COURT UNITS 1-4 
17 TREATY COURT UNITS 1-2 

20 CAVIL MILL ROAD 
26 WILDWOOD DRIVE 
51 POND LANE 

368 MAIN STREET 

11 SUNNY LANE 
35 MAIN STREET 

92 SCRIBNER ROAD 
363 MAIN STREET 
53 WHITTIER DRIVE 
397 MAIN STREET 
216 SANDOWN ROAD 
19 DEER RUN 
43 DEER RUN 

I ROWE DRIVE 
37 SUSAN'S WAY 
62 TUCK DRIVE 

II GRAPEVINE DRIVE 



Land Value 


Building Val 


ue 


85,200 


116,300 




55,700 


76,500 







280,500 




42,600 


153,400 




96,000 


233,600 




87,600 


96,900 




81,900 


150,600 







140,600 




94,000 


188,200 




125,663 


182,300 




98,400 


252,400 




103,700 


219.700 




35,900 


18,600 




92,800 


274,800 




87,347 


373,000 




25,800 


15,600 




105,200 


241,300 




98,500 


176,000 




98,700 


182,300 




117,800 


193,200 




75,900 


175,900 




62,100 


115,000 




88,200 


241,700 




99,800 


222,900 




105,825 


272,600 




147 







1,885 







291 







121,400 


162,200 




109,600 


603,300 




113,700 


428,500 




122,500 


428,500 




110,500 


269,300 




131,200 


493,800 




110,000 


268,000 




117,300 


404,000 




210,700 


458,500 




124,800 


234,900 




141,700 


234,100 




81,900 


145,800 




99,400 


178,600 




123,500 


127,300 




61,900 


138,400 




124,500 


145,900 




130,995 


315,900 




77,400 


109,200 




104,400 


180,100 




83,900 


128,800 




82,300 


155,100 




90,700 


233,000 




96,000 


272,900 




76,900 


169,400 




86,500 


142,500 




119,200 


271,700 




96,600 


150,700 





164 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

DEBLOIS. JOEL J 

DECASTRO, KELVIS L & SAIDA L 

DECLERCQ, RONALD & DOREEN 

DECOITO, WENDY 

DEFRANCESCO. C & BASCIO. D 

DEGAETANO, SUSAN M 

DEGAGNE. DAVID P & ANDREA L 

DEL TUFO JR, JOSEPH C & CATHERINE 

DELAHUNTY, JOSEPH L & JEANNINE 

DELGRECO. JOHNM 

DELLAPENNA, JON E & KATHLEEN M 

DELONG, JANET A 

DELPERO, PHILIP M & KATHLEEN M 

DEMARAIS REALTY TRUST. THOMAS 

DEMARAIS REALTY TRUST, THOMAS 

DEMARCO, ALLEN F & SHARON A 

DEMERS, MARIANNE M 

DEMOS. MARGARET T 

DEMPSKI, ANDREW & JOYCE 

DEMSEY, SUZANNE & WEEKS. FRANCIS 

DENNEY. DONALD & GWEN 

DESMARAIS, APRILA 

DESROCHE. PAUL J & CARRIE A 

DESTEFANO. LEONARD J & MARY B 

DEVARNEY, ROBERT & AVIS 

DEVEBER, MARK P & SUSAN M 

DEVINE, FLORENCE & STEPHEN B 

DEYARMOND. MICHAEL C & CHERYL 

DEZARN-OHARE, GREGORY & CHRIS 

DIAMONTOPOULOS. RAELENE 

DIANGELO. ROBERTA 

DICKINSON. ROBERT M 

DICRISTOFORO-KIDD. BARBARA & GUY 

DICROCE REALTY TRUST. MICHAEL 

DICROCE, A CAMILLE HOLTON & MICHAEL 

DIDONATO FAMILY TRUST 

DIGIULIO. JOHN & MELANIE 

DIGIULIO. JOHN & MELANIE 

DIGLORIA. JOSEPH P & ROSEMARY 

DILLOW, TIMOTHY L & JOANN P 

DIMANNA, MARK D & DAWN N 

DIMECO, JOSEPH A & ASTRID E 

DINSMORE, WILLIAM CHARLES 

DIPALERMO, JOSEPH A & DIANE E 

DIRIENZO, LEE M & ALICIA B 

DISCHINO. ANGELO & SUSAN 

DOBSON FAMILY REV TRUST 

DOD III. HALSEY H & ANNE E 

DODGE, LAWRENCE E 

DOHERTY. PAUL F 

DOHERTY, WILLIAM J & KARIN L 

DOMBROSKI ESTATE, WM / DORIS 

DONAHUE. CHRISTOPHER & DAWN 

DONAHUE. JAMES L & JODI F 

DONAHUE, JOSEPH A & NANCY A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


447 WHITTIER DRIVE 


109,700 


126,600 




24SHIRKIN ROAD 


103,200 


252,700 




4 TAYLOR LANE 


94,100 


165,300 




166 MAIN STREET 


81,900 


84,500 




SHIRKIN ROAD L/O 


38,442 


1,100 




28 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


176,300 




45 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


109,200 


192,500 




OFF LISA AVENUE - GREEN HILLS 


4,600 







248 DANVILLE RD 


88,500 


203,900 




55 SHIRKIN ROAD 


81,900 


134,100 




62 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


114,400 


192,500 




38 VETTER DRIVE 


102,300 


110,200 




76 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


104,000 


216,400 




10ARUM HOLLOW 


48.000 


130,700 




10BRUM HOLLOW 


48,000 


130,800 




39 RUM HOLLOW 


100,700 


152,600 




32 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE ^ 


105.100 


197,100 




236 NORTH ROAD 


65,600 


95.300 




49 TARAH WAY 





165,400 




38 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


96,000 


168,800 




54 ABBOTT ROAD 


83,300 


112,700 




12TIBBETTSR0AD 


82.800 


22,400 




36 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


124.600 


245,800 




23 GRAPEVINE DRIVE 


95.400 


185,200 




40 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





70,400 




56 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


118,400 


181,300 




5 VETTER DRIVE 


94,600 


153,500 




190 WHITTIER DRIVE 


111,500 


167,600 




197 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,100 


170,700 




30 GRAPEVINE DRIVE 


85,800 


136,700 




412 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103.700 


133,800 




67 MAIN STREET 


85,300 


28,500 




63 DEER RUN 


89,900 


226,700 




247 DANVILLE ROAD 


87,523 


28.400 




245 DANVILLE ROAD 


93,900 


286,400 




106 RED BROOK ROAD 


140.100 


228,900 




30 TIBBETTS ROAD 


85.200 


86,300 




30 TIBBETTS ROAD L/O 


4,900 







95 SLEEPER CIRLCE 


104,600 


231,300 




72 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


112,600 


207,300 




59 DEER RUN 


89,700 


248,900 




61 NORTH ROAD UNIT 4 


86.900 


191,900 




92 BEAN ROAD UNIT 2 





170,400 




15 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


89.600 


139,100 




11 MARTIN ROAD 


148.900 


142,000 




621 MAIN STREET 


114,200 


101,200 




35 EMERSON DRIVE #3 


107,600 


247,100 




25 GRISTMILL ROAD 


114,500 


239,300 




24 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


142.500 




21 RISLOVES WAYUNIT 1 





310.700 




20 ROBINSON COURT 


105,400 


212.400 




SANDOWN ROAD L/O 


1,973 







11 MERRILL LANE 


110,800 


208.200 




18 INGALLS LANE 


119,700 


278,000 




77 DEER RUN 


88,300 


221.800 





165 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

DONIGIAN JR, JACOB A & SANDRA J 
DONIGIAN PROPERTIES LLC 
DONIGIAN, CHRISTOPHER & SANDRA C 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 

JACOB A 



DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN 

DONIGIAN, JACOB A 

DONIGIAN, JACOB A 

DONOVAN, COLLEEN & MESSINA, PASQUALE 

DONOVAN, ERIN P 

DOUCETTE REVOCABLE TRUST, D A 

DOUCETTE, DONALD R 

DOUCETTE, ROBERT R 

DOUGHTY, RICHARD C 

DOUGLAS III, LAWRENCE M 

DOW, CHARLES 

DOWLING, PETER & CAROL 

DOWNING LIVING TRUST, J & L 

DOWNING, DAVID & WENDY 

DOWNS, IRENE M & HOLMES, CHERYL 

DOYLE, DAVID A & JEANETTE C 

DOYLE, PAUL X & CHERYL A 

DRAKE, DALE U & ERIN M 

DRAPEAU, PAUL & HEPWORTH, CAROL 

DREYER, JOSEPH R & HELENA Z 

DRISCOLL, GARY L & FRANCINE 

DUBE, ERICA 

DUFORD, DONNA M 

DUKETTE, JANE MARIE 

DUMAS, RICHARD T & KATE D 

DUNBAR, TROY L 

DUNN-BROUGHTON, MARK W & RENEE 

DUPRAS, THOMAS 

DUQUETTE, SUSAN M AAROANIAN 

DURAN, RACHEL F & MICHAEL J 

DUSTIN, MATHEW D 

DUTTON, MARY E 

DZIOBA, GARY J 

EARNSHAW, LEONARD M & LAUREL 

EASSON, MARIE A & GLENN P 

EBERHARDT, GLEN J & CHRISTIE 

EDDY, STEPHEN T & DONNA M 

EDWARDS, BRIAN J & RACHEL S 

ELL, BRIAN J & NANCY J 

ELLIOTT JR, LEE E & MARY E 

ELLIOTT, FAY A EMERSON 

ELLIOTT, JAMES & BETH 

EMERSON, SCOTT E 

EMERY, ELEANOR 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 

197 CHESTER ROAD 

19 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 

200 CHESTER ROAD 

CHESTER ROAD 

214 CHESTER ROAD 

230 CHESTER ROAD 

CHESTER ROAD 

150SANDOWN ROAD 

134SANDOWN ROAD 

CHESTER ROAD L/0 

JACOB'S COVE 

JACOB'S COVE 

JACOB'S COVE 

JACOB'S COVE 

18 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 
935 MAIN STREET 

288 MAIN STREET 
38 TIBBETTS ROAD 

81 SOUTH ROAD 
44 LOUISE LANE 

22 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 4 
384 BEEDE HILL ROAD 
294 WHITTIER DRIVE 

83 CHESTER ROAD 
447 MAIN STREET 

19 COUNTRY LANE 
73 WALKER LANE 
305 WHITTIER DRIVE 
47 DANVILLE ROAD 
85 TUCK DRIVE 

392 BEEDE HILL ROAD 
10 CLOUGH CROSSING 
62 TIBBETTS ROAD 
19 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 
99 MAIN STREET 

23 GODFREY LANE 
291 MAIN STREET 
31 SANDOWN ROAD 
5 SUNNY LANE 

58 SLEEPER CIRCLE 

49 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 

687 MAIN STREET 

252 MAIN STREET 

211 CHESTER ROAD 

4 COOPER DRIVE 

475 BEEDE HILL ROAD 

82 CHESTER ROAD 
572 MAIN STREET 
209 MAIN STREET 

4 ROBINSON COURT 
71 TAYLOR LANE 
347 WHITTIER DRIVE 
200 MAIN STREET 
51 MAIN STREET 
182 MAIN STREET 



Land Value 


Building Value 


180,100 


259,600 


104,300 


146,800 


164,000 


340,100 


13,135 





119,700 


453,100 


119,700 


426,400 


105 





109,900 


299,600 


100,900 


199,900 


3,598 





55,000 





54,400 





54,600 





199,400 





5,300 





83,900 


98,300 


123,500 


194,400 


88,300 


53,300 


115,600 


219,400 


97,300 


187,200 





255,400 


98,100 


137,800 


104,600 


255,200 


101,471 


505,700 


142,100 


225,900 





114,300 


85,800 


144,600 


109,500 


163,100 


86,600 


209,100 


120,800 


286,600 


107,600 


164,500 


125,400 


204,400 


89,100 


11,000 


91,800 


150,900 


104,300 


94,700 


118,800 


271,800 


53,800 


129,100 


81,500 


95,900 


45,400 


107,400 


104,100 


410,000 


104,600 


249,500 


87,600 


83,200 


63,800 


177,500 


92,700 


218,300 


137,300 


231,100 


84,200 


177,500 


106,300 


127,500 


83,900 


194,000 


119,300 


93,800 


107,700 


226,900 


118,700 


172,100 


104,500 


164,400 


62,100 


130,500 


121,700 


160,400 


81,900 


195,800 



166 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

EMERY, LEONARD M & JANICE D 

ENAIRE, HENRY J 

ENNIS, DONALD J & GLORIA 

ENOS, DIANNE 

EPSTEIN, AARON 

ERICKSON II, CARLV 

ERINNA JR, HECTOR & OLGA 

EVANS, IRVING D & CANTY. ELLEN 

EVANS, KEITH A & JENNY M 

EXEL, MARK J & KELLY 

FAHEY, LINDA 

FAINO, WALTER D 

FALCON, ERIK F 

FAMULARI, SARA D & PAUL C 

FARRIS, BRUCE K & WENDY L 

FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC 

FEDERICO, SUSAN M 

FELCH JR, CHARLES H 

FELDBORG, ERIC & SULLIVAN, LAURA 

FELT, ROBERT W & JACQUELINE 

FENDERSON, STEVEN J & JACQUELINE 

FERRARA, BARRY R & KIMBERLEE J 

FERRO, NICHOLAS & PATRICIA 

FERRY, GUY M & ANGELA P 

FERWERDA DEVELOPMENT CO INC 

FICKER, ROBERT M & SHERRY 

FIFFICK, WENDY D 

FINNEGAN, SHAUN &TRACIE 

FINOCCHIARO, SALVATORE & LIBRO, G K 

FIORAVANTE, MARK A & LISA 

FIORE, LESLIE 

FISH, ANTHONY J 

FISH, MICHAEL D & AMY R 

FISH, ROBERT E& LINDA A 

FISHER, DOROTHY M 

FISKE, NANCY J 

FITZPATRICK, THOMAS B & ANN E 

FLEITES, ARAY & PEREZ, FELINO 

FLEMING, WILLIAM & CHARLENE 

FLETCHER, WALTER E & LINDA M 

FLIBOTTE JR, RICHARD & KATHLEEN 

FLOOD, LEONARD W & JEAN A 

FLOWERS, JERRY & LORRAINE 

FLYNN, ELIZABETH M 

FOLEY INTER VIVOS REV TR, YOLA 

FOLEY, MARIA Y & LAZOR, JOHN 

FOLEY, ROBERT D & SUZANNE M 

FOLEY, ROSE MARIE & PAROLISI, J 

FONTANA, THOMAS & ALBAUGH, TYRRELL 

FORD, KEVIN J & JENNIFER 

FORGE FORTH RENOVATIONS INC 

FORGE FORTH RENOVATIONS INC 

FORMAN, JEFFREY A & ANGELA J 

FORSTER, JULIE A 

FORSYTHE, CHARLES A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


77 WHITTIER DRIVE 


115,400 


200,400 


30 BEAN ROAD 


63,500 


123,500 


28 LEAVITT ROAD 


107,900 


182,200 


8 TUCK DRIVE 


120,100 


288,300 


4 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


58,800 


76,700 


28 TUCK DRIVE 


114,400 


282,600 


56 WHITTIER DRIVE 


127,400 


161,600 


855 MAIN STREET 


140,100 


167,600 


83 TAYLOR LANE 


120,700 


238,800 


75 ROWE DRIVE 


96,000 


201,500 


BRENTWOOD TOWN LINE L/O 


7,600 





17KARLIN ROAD 


109,200 


239,900 


624 MAIN STREET UNIT 3 





240,000 


23 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


92,900 


165,900 


10 BRUCE AVENUE 


49,500 


157,800 


54TIBBEI IS ROAD 


85,200 


137,200 


236 DANVILLE ROAD 


88,700 


150,100 


90 LOUISE LANE 


99,600 


146,400 


26 OLD RIDGE ROAD 


99,100 


212,200 


38 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


125,500 


335,100 


40 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


210,600 


239 SOUTH ROAD 


107,400 


219,300 


50 ANN LANE 


94,700 


184,600 


52 COUNTRY LANE 





136,100 


GOVERNOR'S FOREST MH PARK 


695,000 


3,000 


49 BARRELL RUN ROAD 


94,100 


169,200 


10 KADRA STREET 


51,600 


133,400 


16 ROWE DRIVE 


98,800 


170,500 


24 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


6,700 





10 PULASKI DRIVE 


93,100 


143,200 


14 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


135,700 


218,700 


174 SANDOWN ROAD 


84,700 


111,400 


79 KARLIN ROAD 


107,700 


196,500 


8 SHADY LANE 


49,500 


100,600 


26 COUNTRY LANE 





107,600 


9 NORTH ROAD 


82,600 


167,500 


351 SANDOWN ROAD 


81,900 


124,400 


57 KARLIN ROAD 


107,200 


186,600 


30 COPP DRIVE 


104,000 


58,900 


171 KARLIN ROAD 


104,400 


234,100 


375 WHITTIER DRIVE 


96,600 


235,400 


7 PULASKI DRIVE 


82,300 


169,500 


6 PULASKI DRIVE 


85,700 


144,800 


100SCRIBNER ROAD 


128,800 


209,400 


61 NORTH ROAD UNIT 2 


86,900 


188,900 


55 TAVERN ROAD 


151,800 


149.500 


83 GODFREY LANE 


118,900 


305,400 


142 DANVILLE ROAD 


100,500 


144,600 


74 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


99,800 


199,800 


134 LEAVITT ROAD 


100,900 


187,800 


980 MAIN STREET 


28,300 


117,700 


980 MAIN STREET 


28,300 


85,200 


42BLUEFISH DRIVE 


133,100 


256,200 


28 MAIN STREET 


99,400 


101,700 


32 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


94,200 


128,900 



167 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

FORSYTHE, RONALD J & MILDRED H 

FORSYTHE, RONALD J & MILDRED H 

FORTUNA, MICHAEL W & MARY B 

FOSS, DONALD R & PHYLLIS E 

FOSTER, JASON & NICOLE 

FOURNIER, LAUREN & MORSE, PETER 

FOWLER, JOHN E & JANICE R 

FOX, RICHARD A & JANET K 

FOYE, JOHN T & JUDITH A 

FRAIZE, GREGORY D & CAMILLA L 

FRANCIS REVOCABLE TRUST, DELORES 

FRANCIS, EDDY M & MAUREEN P 

FRANCIS. KEVIN P & CHERYL J 

ERASER, DAVID 

FREDERICKSON, KARL & CHRISTINE 

FREEMAN, BONITA 

FREEMAN, BONITA 

FREGEAU, STEVEN M & NANCY L 

FREMONT PARK ASSOC LLC 

FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

FREMONT STORAGE LLC 

FROST, BRIAN C & LAURIE J 

FROTON, RANDOLF C & JEANNE M 

FULLER, ESTATE OF RICHARD W 

FULLER, GAIL A 

FULLER, NORMAN O 

FURMAN, JOHN 

FURTADO, GUILHERME A & JOANNE 

FYFE, STEPHEN & LINDA 

FYFE, WILLIAM P & CELINE P 

GABLOSKY FAMILY TRUST 

GADDIS, WALTER & PATRICIA 

GAFFNEY, CHARLES M & CATHERINE 

GAGNON JR, ARTHUR A & GARY W 

GAGNON, GERARD R & CLAIRE M 

GAGNON, PHILIP 

GAGNON, SHANNON & MOBERG, JASON 

GAGNON, THERESA M 

GALLANT, KENNETH R & BEVERLY 

GALLOWAY, JOHN 

GALLOWAY, JOHN A 

GANLEY, JAMES T & MARIAN R 

GARAND, FRANK J & ANDREA J 

GARBOUCHIAN, VARTAN FRANK 

GARCIA, CARLOS A & BURGOS, LISSETTE 

GARGAS, JAMES & BRENDA 

GARRISON, DONNA 

GARSIDE, LOIS M & ROBERT E 

GATES JR, DONALD W 

GATES REVOCABLE TRUST, ELEANOR 

GAUDET, JOSEPH P 

GAUTHIER, AIME R & CLAIRE P 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


MEETINGHOUSE ROAD L/O 


11,400 





23 MEETINGHOUSE ROAD 


95,100 


157,100 


21 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 


85,800 


186,600 


88 RISLOVES WAY 





318,900 


17 NORTH ROAD 


78,600 


130,500 


88 VETTER DRIVE 


94,600 


154,600 


55 HOOKE ROAD 


98,800 


188,500 


80 TUCK DRIVE 


118,900 


260,800 


207 COPP DRIVE 


105,700 


217,500 


46 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


101,000 


211,400 


74 POPLIN DRIVE 


100,800 


191,200 


40 RUM HOLLOW 


107,000 


204,900 


67 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


126,300 


246,200 


726 MAIN STREET 


150,600 


125,900 


43 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


103,700 


269,500 


93 OLD RIDGE ROAD 


76,060 


114,900 


OLD RIDGE ROAD 


315 





75 THUNDER ROAD 


452 





91 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


126,507 


89,600 


JACKIE BERNIER DRIVE L/O 


231,426 





JACKIE BERNIER DRIVE L/O 


412 





432 MAIN STREET ELLIS SCHOOL 


397,400 


2,277,800 


17 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


56,100 





25 MAIN STREET 


200,500 


646,400 


281 BEEDE ROAD 


123,100 


228,800 


7 BEAN ROAD 


48,200 


121,600 


9 BRUCE AVENUE 


49,500 


50,100 


16 BEACH STREET 


76,200 


143.000 


5 PINE STREET 


56,000 


160,000 


34 DANVILLE ROAD 


100,700 


146,700 


36 KELSEY DRIVE 


132,800 


239,700 


10PRESCOTTRDEPPING 


4,100 





424 WHITTIER DRIVE 


88,700 


174,600 


144 WHITTIER DRIVE 


114,100 


178,300 


46 TAYLOR LANE 


117,000 


170,000 


76 LOUISE LANE 


101,000 


142,200 


58 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


79,100 


108,600 


20 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


84,700 


161,000 


EXETER RIVER 


1,209 





65 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


87,600 


109,100 


6 BEACH STREET 


47,400 


96,200 


47 ROWE DRIVE 


75,900 


165,900 


SHIRKIN ROAD GRVL PT/SEAC FARM 


256,830 


36,600 


SHIRKIN ROAD 


41,978 





18 SOUTH ROAD 


85,800 


148,900 


42 COUNTRY LANE 





138,100 


589 MAIN STREET 


113,100 


98,600 


55 GRISTMILL ROAD 


116,200 


289,700 


48 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


222,100 


SPRUCE SWAMP 


2,447 





5ANDRESKI DRIVE 


107,100 


228,200 


7 GATES LANE 


104,854 


215,200 


38 GATES LANE 


93,757 


155,400 


16 SUNNY LANE 


44,800 





53 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 2 


85,000 


10,000 



168 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

GAUTREAU, ROBERT J & JANET F 

GAY, FRANCIS R & CLAIRE 

GEARS, DEBORAH & ZANNI-SKEOCH, C A 

GEHALO, KENNETH M & KAREN I 

GELINAS, THERESA M 

GENEST, ROBERT A & AMY J 

GENTHNER, CHRISTIAN & DEBORAH 

GEOFFROY, DONALD & BOURASSA, M 

GEOGERIAN, GEORGE H 

GEORGE, DANIEL E & PHYLLIS A 

GEORGE, MARK A & SHELLY A 

GERBER, RICHARD P & PATRICIA 

GERMAN, JAMES K & WENDY S 

GEROSSIE, ROBERT M 

GIALLONGO, REYNO & PALMER, CHERYL 

GIBB, PETER W & ELIZABETH TRUE 

GIBBS, BERTINA 

GIBBS, EDWARD F 

GIBSON, GENE J 

GIGUERE, BRIAN P & SARAH M 

GILL, DAVID W & JOHNSON, SHARON 

GILLIGAN, JOHN M 

GILLINGHAM, STEPHEN A & DENISE A 

GILLINGHAM, STEPHEN A & BRUCE 

OILMAN, KEVIN B & JAN 

GIORGI, JOHN 

GIRARDI JR, RALPH L & SHARON 

GLEED III, WILLIAM H & MARY JO 

GLEN OAKES INC 

GLEN OAKES INC 

GLOBAL TOWER LLC 

GLOBAL TOWER PARTNERS 

GLYNN, STEPHEN R & YUN CHA 

GOLDENS REALTY TRUST 

GORDON, DAVID & JOANNE 

GORDON, JUNE 

GORMAN, EDWARD A & SHARON L 

GOTERCH, RICHARD & MARY A 

GOTTLICH, JOSEPH & DONNA 

GOUDIN, STEVEN J & CHRISTINE M 

GOULD FAMILY 2006 TRUST 

GOULD SR, MICHAEL & SHELLY 

GOULET, DENNIS P & SUSAN U 

GOUSLIN, ROBERT M 

GOUVALARIS, JOANNE 

GOVE, HARVEY R 

GOYETTE, EDWARD E & MARY E 

GRANLUND, SUSAN 

GRASSO, RANDY B & CYNTHIA 

GRAY, GLENN A & KIM A 

GREENHALGH, MICKEY R & MARIAH 

GREGORY, SHAWN J & KATHLEEN M 

GREGORY, SHAWN J & KATHLEEN M 

GRENIER, JAMES A & JEAN M 

GRESSEL, MICHAEL D & DAWN A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


60 COUNTRY LANE 





166,300 


343 SANDOWN ROAD 


81,900 


152.100 


80 KARL IN ROAD 


108,700 


304,100 


25 COOPER DRIVE 


88,200 


160,900 


208 MAIN STREET 


81,900 


128,600 


601 MAIN STREET 


99,200 


166,500 


166 WHITTIER DRIVE 


110,700 


260,200 


64 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


129,700 


208,500 


LOON WAY L/O 


53,400 





37 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


196,500 


473 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


83,900 


133,800 


10LEAVITTROAD 


100,100 


135,800 


15 BEACH STREET 


62,900 


152,200 


60 TAYLOR LANE 


116,600 


193,200 


37 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


180,700 


34 SENTER CIRCLE 


116,700 


162,600 


38 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


95,400 


103,100 


453 MAIN STREET 


112,200 


134,800 


29 KINGMAN COURT 


120,300 


250,800 


136 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


99,900 


240,200 


116 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


99,400 


233,200 


6 ANN LANE 


95,100 


203,300 


3 MEETINGHOUSE ROAD 


103,600 


197,700 


6 DANVILLE ROAD 


44,000 


112,000 


37 SOUTH ROAD 


133,800 


257,200 


34 LOUISE LANE 


^ 95,900 


198,800 


9 BEACH STREET 


, 51,200 


151,700 


83 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


87,600 


87,200 


ANDRESKI DRIVE L/O 


2,589 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


659 





ATT TOWER 789 MAIN STREET 





210,000 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 13 


96,000 


185,300 


19 MEETINGHOUSE ROAD 


, 95,100 


180,500 


35 GATES LANE 


85,800 


216,700 


21 JAMES ROAD 





69,600 


55 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


88,300 


85,500 


142 TUCK DRIVE 


125,400 


241,300 


248 WHITTIER DRIVE 


112,600 


181,300 


21 PIGEON LANE 


49,500 


117,300 


59 MAIN STREET 


133,500 


114,000 


14 CLOVER COURT 


6,700 





158 KARLIN ROAD 


99,800 


242,700 


36 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


73,200 


76,200 


10 BLACKJACK DRIVE - EPPING 


116,400 


89,800 


624 MAIN STREET UNIT 6 





240,000 


16 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


55,700 


149,800 


22 COOPER DRIVE 


115,000 


189,800 


3 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


54,100 


115,600 


527 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


91,800 


133,200 


210 WHITTIER DRIVE 


109,600 


175,000 


14 ROUND ROBIN LOOP 


103,800 


223,500 


LOUISE LANE L/O 


9,600 





37 LOUISE LANE 


96,300 


219,700 


62 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


133,700 


271,600 


61 FOLSOM MEADOW 


122,000 


267,300 



169 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

GRIFFIN, STEVEN J & SARAH N 

GRIFFITH, KEVIN L 

GRISTMILL LLC 

GRISTMILL LLC 

GROTENHUIS. NEAL P & VERLIE A 

GROVER, LAURA E & MELODY V 

GRULKE, PETER E & BUNNEMEYER, M 

GUAY, MARIE A 

GUEVIN III, JOSEPH & MATHURINE 

GUIDER, RICHARD & DONATIO, MARY 

GUIDOBONI, NORMAN W & MARIAN R 

GUIOD JR, JOSEPH & ANALETTO, E 

GUNSTOCK LLC 

GUSTAVSEN, RICHARD & MARJORIE 

GUTHRO, PAULA 

HAFEY, LINDA S 

HAGGETT JR, EDWARD G & THERESA 

HALE, DANIEL W & JENNIFER A 

HALL TRUST DATED 05/15/97 

HAMEL, BRENDA L 

HAMEL, CHARLES A & MARJORIE E 

HAMEL, PHILIP A 

HAMILTON, BRIAN T & DEBORAH L 

HAMMOND, JEANNE M 

HAMMOND, LESLIE 

HAMOR FAMILY REV TRUST 

HANSEN SR, JOHN W & DIANE M 

HARGREAVES, MATTHEW & CHRISTINA 

HARMS, STEVEN W & LINDA L 

HARRINGTON, KEVIN M & DENISE M 

HARRINGTON, KEVIN M & DENISE M 

HARRINGTON, SCOTT 

HARRIS FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST 

HARRIS, JACOUELINE A 

HARRIS, THOMAS E & BARBARA J 

HART, CECELIA A 

HART, CECELIA A 

HARTFORD, HOWARD E 

HARTFORD, HOWARD E 

HARTFORD, WARREN J 

HARVEY, DANIEL S & ERIN M 

HATCH, KEVIN E & WILSON, PHILIP 

HATEM, PATRICIA C 

HAWKES FAMILY REV TR, A & L 

HAYES REVOCABLE TRUST, RICHARD 

HAYES, ROBERT E 

HAYNES III, WILLIAM H 

HEALD, ROBERT J & LYNN A 

HEALEY, RICHARD A & EUNICE 

HEATH, CAROLE J 

HEATON, MICHAEL H 

HEMINWAY, JOHN R 

HENDERSON, JAMES M & RUBY L / NEVIN 

HENDERSON, LAURIE A 

HENDERSON, ROBERTA & EDWARD 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


15 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


104,500 


186,300 


594 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


114,100 


GRISTMILL ROAD 


133,500 





L/O GRISTMILL ROAD 


3,365 





49 ANN LANE 


93,600 


234,000 


820 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


117,000 


75 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


103,700 


226,700 


22 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 1 





206,400 


8 DEXTER COURT 


119,300 


248,700 


18RISL0VESWAY 





310,700 


63 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


109,200 


198,400 


78 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


52,900 


106,400 


LOON POND OFF PRESCOTT ROAD 


2,369 





188BEEDE HILL ROAD 


94,600 


239,200 


12 COOPER DRIVE 


117,100 


176,600 


17 ROUND ROBIN LOOP 


109,400 


221,300 


75 LOUISE LANE 


94,600 


136,700 


9 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


94,100 


97,700 


390 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


91,200 


81 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


241,700 


26 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





127,100 


9 ROWE DRIVE 


75,900 


154,600 


909 MAIN STREET 


111,686 


143,200 


4B CLOVER COURT 


4,800 





431 SANDOWN ROAD 


147,300 


109,600 


24 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





69,800 


41 ROWE DRIVE 


75,900 


131,100 


30 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103,800 


209,100 


396 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


87,800 


136,700 


465 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


101,100 


182,400 


BEEDE HILL ROAD L/O 


51,000 





144 MAIN STREET 


104,000 


349,500 


4A MARTIN ROAD 


42,600 


142,500 


16 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


5,200 





15 JAMES ROAD 





114,000 


SANDOWN ROAD L/O 


41,300 





91 SANDOWN ROAD 


144,900 


239,800 


SHIRKIN ROAD REAR L/O 


1,037 





14 ROGERS ROAD 


82,429 


2,200 


701 MAIN STREET 


89,800 


171,800 


19 INGALLS LANE 


118,500 


294,000 


16 CLOVER COURT 


6,700 





123 WHITTIER DRIVE 


105,500 


206,700 


31 SENTER CIRCLE 


106,500 


173,100 


95 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


116,700 


138,100 


99 LOUISE LANE 


52,500 


81,000 


91 LOUISE LANE 


94,100 


176,900 


16 PINE STREET 


61,000 


115,000 


37 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





65,400 


45 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103,700 


130,600 


CHESTER ROAD L/O 


262 





84 ROWE DRIVE 


96,300 


217,200 


329 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,300 


148,600 


282 WHITTIER DRIVE 


81,900 


225,500 


11 SAWMILL LANE 


95,100 


172,300 



170 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM A & BEVERLY 

HENNELLY TRUST, JOHN J 

HENNESSEY JR. WILLIAM E & JOANNE 

HENSHAW, RANDALL J & JENNIFER 

HERITAGE FARM TRUST 

HERITAGE FARM TRUST 

HERITAGE FARM TRUST 

HERITAGE FARM TRUST 

HERITAGE FARM TRUST 

HERITAGE FARM TRUST 

HERRMANN, KEVIN T & CATHERINE 

HERSOM, LEWIS E & DIANE E 

HESELTON REV TRUST, RICHARD C 

HESELTON REV TRUST. RICHARD C 

HESELTON REV TRUST, RICHARD C 

HESELTON ESTATE. STEPHEN M 

HEWETT, RICHARD V & DARLING, LISA 

HIGGINBOTTOM, MARK A & KENDICE 

HIGHFIELD JR, CALVIN N & DEBORA 

HIGHFIELD JR, CALVIN N & DEBORA 

HILLER, SCOTT D & KIMBERLY L 

HILLERBY JR, JOHN & CHRISTINE 

HILTZ, CHARLES & ULRIKE 

HILTZ, CLAUDE L & GERALDINE 

HINCKLEY IV, ALBERT & KAREN SUZANNE 

HINES, STEPHEN R & TRACY L 

HINTON, JAMES R & BOURASSA. LYNSIE 

HITCHCOCK. IRENE 

HOBGOOD, BRIAN & JENNIFER 

HOEGEN, ETHEL Y 

HOFFMAN, MICHAEL W & DEBRA J 

HOGAN, JEAN M 

HOITT, ESTATE OF EDNA G 

HOITT, ESTATE OF EDNA G 

HOLMES JR, LEON F & LORI A 

HOLMES SR, LEON F & PEARL 

HOLMES, GUERWOOD M & MARY J 

HOLMES, JEFFREY P 

HOOD, ROBERT L & BARBARA A 

HOPKINS, JERRY L & SHERYL A 

HOPKINSON, JEFFREY A & JACQUELINE 

HOPPER, STEPHEN H 

HORSBURGH, ELLEN L 

HORSBURGH, ELLEN L 

HORSBURGH, ELLEN L 

HORTON, JEFFREY A & BARBARA M 

HOUSTON, BRADLEY & CLAIRE 

HOWARD, CHARLES M 

HOWARD, EDWARD J & SARA B 

HOWLAND. DENNIS & KALTENBACH, MARY 

HULKE, LAURENCE & JEAN 

HULL, JAY B 

HULT, SCOTT E & JEAN M 

HUMPHRIES JR, JAMES W & ELAINE 

HUNTER, BRETT A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


3 PULASKI DRIVE 


82.600 


132,600 


29 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


98,000 


145,400 


379 NORTH ROAD 


101,200 


145,300 


10 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


95,100 


163,200 


SCRIBNER ROAD 


8,640 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


1,897 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


474 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


783 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


2,147 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


1,052 





16 KIRSTEN'S LANDING 


103,700 


251,100 


478 riAIN STREET 


87,600 


100,600 


S/S EXETER RIVER 


158 





280 MAIN STREET 


74,900 


84.600 


384 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


106,900 


380 MAIN STREET 


105,600 


130,200 


29 SCRIBNER ROAD 


114,900 


222,800 


133KARLIN ROAD 


103,900 


198,000 


POND LANE L/O 


98.400 





POND LANE L/O 


91,900 





67 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


96,300 


128,100 


110 CHESTER ROAD 


157,000 


112,100 


60 BEAN ROAD 


101,300 


205,000 


10ROWE DRIVE 


92,000 


174,000 


163 KARLIN ROAD 


103,900 


202,800 


82 LOUISE LANE 


98,200 


161,200 


947 MAIN STREET 


83,900 


121,000 


317 SANDOWN ROAD 


69,800 


106,200 


9 DANVILLE ROAD 


46,600 


133,200 


49 DEER RUN 


■' - 95,400 


253,600 


5 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 


88,200 


163,700 


51 LEAVITT ROAD 


91,800 


117,500 


SHIRKIN ROAD 


39,600 





SHIRKIN WOODS 


9,400 





259 SOUTH ROAD 


105,500 


154,600 


84 SANDOWN ROAD 


81,500 


114,700 


602 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


138,300 


17 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,100 


186,000 


10TIBBETTSROAD 


181,200 


85,300 


61 LOUISE LANE 


96.700 


223,000 


96 BEAN ROAD 


87,800 


118,400 


74 BEAN ROAD 


101,400 


98,200 


BEEDE HILL ROAD REAR 


6.550 





322 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


86.021 


163,800 


BEEDE HILL ROAD L/O : i 


5,453 





587 MAIN STREET 


56,600 


149,800 


353 MAIN STREET - • . 


83,900 


103,600 


15 POND LANE 


100.900 


167,100 


48 LOUISE LANE 


94,700 


203,300 


121 TUCK DRIVE 


118,600 


236,900 


1 BARRELL RUN ROAD 


94,100 


133,200 


10 LOUISE LANE 


76,500 


167,100 


26 LYNETTE LANE 


98,500 


210,700 


118 KARLIN ROAD 


114,200 


212,600 


363 NORTH ROAD 


98,400 


159,700 



171 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

HUNTRESS, JOSEPH S & JAMIE E 

HUNTRESS, RONALD & JOSEPHINE 

HUSSON, ROBIN L & DEBORAH L 

HUTCHINS LIVING TRUST 

lACOZZI REV 2004 TRUST, LINDA 

ILLSLEY, SHELDON & PAUL, VIRGINIA 

INGALLS, GARY W & DIANE L 

INGALLS, STEVEN W & MARYBETH 

lOVANNI, BARRY F & RASMUSSEN, JAYE 

IRON WHEEL INC 

IRON WHEEL INC 

ITSE, DANIEL C& LISA M 

JACKSON, STEVEN W 

JALBERT, JERLENE 

JAMES, WILLIAM & GLORIA 

JANVRIN SR, ROBERT W & CAROL A 

JANVRIN, KEITH & ANNETTE 

JANVRIN, MICHELLE 

JANZEGERS, REMI C & KATHERINE MCRAE 

JARMAN, DAVID & RHONDA 

JEAN, JOSEPH & TINA / LASSOR, J & A 

JENKERSON SR, ROY R & JUNE E 

JENNELL, JAY G & CHRISTINE M 

JENSEN, MATTHEW J 

JENSEN, MATTHEW J 

JENSEN, MATTHEW J 

JENSEN, MATTHEW J 

JOHANSON, NELL K & HILL, STEPHEN 

JOHNSON, AMY B 

JOHNSON, BARRY L & DINNETTE B 

JOHNSON, DAWN MARIE 

JOHNSON, MARK P & CATHERINE M 

JOHNSON, RICHARD P & PATRICIA 

JOHNSON, ROBERT G & DARLENE 

JOHNSTONE JR, ROBERT J & SHARON 

JONES, ANDREWS 

JONES, KENNETH C & KIMBERLY M 

JONES, ROBERT G & MELODY K 

JONGSMA, STEVEN W & LAURIE A 

JOSSELYN, CHERYL & ELDREDGE, R 

JRTC REALTY TRUST / SAWYER 

K L CONSTRUCTION LLC 

KAKOURIS, lOANNIS & MARIGOULA 

KALGREN, JASON E & DAWN 

KAMINSKI, JOHN M & SAMANTHA M 

KARAMOURTOPOULOS, PETER & AUDREY 

KARAMOURTOPOULOS, PETER & AUDREY 

KARCZ, JOHN A & LINDA J 

KASKIEWICZ, STEPHEN R & BARBARA 

KDRM LLC 

KDRM LLC 

KEANE FAMILY REV TRUST 

KECSKEMETY, STEPHEN C & GLORIA 

KEENEY, JOHN D & REBEKAH A 

KELLEHER, PETER & TRACE 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


30 KINGMAN COURT 


113,900 


212,400 




26 JAMES ROAD 





147,900 




15 COUNTRY LANE 





119,600 




435 MAIN STREET 


96,600 


287,600 




127 KARLIN ROAD 1/2 INT 


60,100 


180,400 




58 THUNDER ROAD 


113,300 


327,300 




102 BEAN ROAD 


83,900 


169,600 




90 LEAVITT ROAD 


104,100 


262,600 




75 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


103,800 


241,400 




BEAN ROAD L/O 


6,106 







BEAN ROAD/RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


105,900 







20 KELSEY DRIVE 


87,800 


225,600 




9 TAYLOR LANE 


98,800 


162,100 




721 MAIN STREET 


79,500 


100,400 




38 GODFREY LANE 


118,600 


274,100 




15 DEER RUN 


86,900 


201,600 




355 MAIN STREET 


83,900 


138,000 




58 GODFREY LANE 


118,500 


295,800 




928 & 932 MAIN STREET 


109,400 


194,500 




86 WALKER LANE 


86,200 


185,600 




11 ABBOTT ROAD 


93,400 


304,800 




5 JAMES ROAD 





82,200 




343 NORTH ROAD 


99,300 


191,800 




SAN ANTONIO DRIVE L/O REAR 


973 







SAN ANTONIO DRIVE L/O REAR 


728 







SAN ANTONIO DRIVE L/O REAR 


11,500 







PULASKI DRIVE - REAR L/O 


2,117 







38 TAYLOR LANE 


124,300 


227,900 




31 BRUM HOLLOW 


34,000 


142,900 




41 SUSANS WAY 


86,500 


176,300 




6 KELLEY LANE 


70,900 


132,500 




38LYNbl IE LANE 


98,500 


272,400 




79 HOOKE ROAD 


122,400 


182,900 




10 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 1 





255,400 




23 BEAN ROAD 


48,200 


141,200 




49 GODFREY LANE 


118,600 


282,300 




135 OLD RIDGE ROAD 


88,975 


161,600 




603 MAIN STREET 


104,300 


124,900 




66 LYNb 1 1 b LANE 


103,700 


236,800 




107 LEAVITT ROAD 


89,000 


208,500 




1 1 LYFORD DRIVE 


112,900 


268,200 




15KENNIST0NLANE 


126,800 


10,000 




431 MAIN STREET 


191,500 


170,200 




52 LYNb 1 IE LANE 


98,700 


251,400 




26 KINGMAN COURT 


104,600 


242,700 




SOUTH ROAD AT SCRIBNER 


1,938 







125 SOUTH ROAD 


106,861 


420,200 




277 SOUTH ROAD 


131,700 


278,800 




160 NORTH ROAD 


93,800 


105,200 




CHESTER ROAD MEADOW 


10,400 







CHESTER ROAD MEADOW 


11,100 







123 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


108,100 


222,400 




70 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


234,800 




33 DEER RUN 


89,900 


216,500 




68 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


87,000 


228,200 





172 



iO . TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

KELLEY, JAMES & LISA 

KELLIHER, JOSEPH F & MARY E 

KELLIHER. JOSEPH F & MARY E 

KELLIHER, JOSEPH F & MARY E 

KELLY, NANCY E 

KELLY, PATRICIA L 

KELLY, ROBERT P & BARBARA J 

KELLY, SHAWN 

KELLY, STEPHEN A & SUSAN 

KENNEDY, DANIEL R & PILLION, MONA 

KENNEDY, ROBERT D 

KENNEWAY, MICHAEL & CHRISTINE 

KENNY. JOHN P & MICHELLE M 

KENYON, CAROLE 

KENYON, LLOYD DOUGLAS & DIANE M 

KERAGHAN SR, JOHN E & NANCY 

KEYES, ARTHUR & ADELE 

KILLAM, ALFRED & CAROLE 

KIMBALL TRUSTEE, CHARLES D 

KIMBALL, ROLAND 

KING, JOHN J &RENEEM 

KINNEY, WAYNE E & JUNE 

KIRK JR, ROGER M & LINDA 

KISKO, MICHAEL E & TRACY L 

KIVLEY, KEVIN & SYLVIA 

KNEE, WILLIAM H & MARIA R 

KNEE, WILLIAM H & MARIA R 

KNICKLES, WILLIAM J & BROOKE 

KNIGHT, DONALD C 

KNOPE, KENTON W & LEVESQUE, ARLENE 

KNOWLES, DAVID R & HOLLY C D 

KNOWLTON. G MATTHEW 

KOHLHOFER, ANDREW P & MARY LOU 

KOLIAS, DAVID A 

KONIECZNY, DAVID K 

KOSTAS, JOHN F & NANCY A 

KOTYK. WALTER & ALICE 

KOTYK, WALTER & ALICE 

KRAS REV TRUST 2005 

KREITNER, RICHARD G & DEBORAH 

KRUEGER, ANDREW 

KRUEGER, ANDREW 

KURASH, JEFFREY A & MICHELE R 

KURBEL, ROBERT H 

LACHANCE, RAYMOND & TRACY 

LACHAPELLE, JAMES & LAURA 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADD. CATHERINE F 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADD, CATHERINE F 

LADEW, ROBERT 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


490 SANDOWN ROAD 


127,699 


106,500 




SPRUCE SWAMP 


4,667 







SPRUCE SWAMP 


5,398 







SPRUCE SWAMP 


1,004 







85 NORTH ROAD 


107,700 


210,100 




695 MAIN STREET 


86,200 


131,900 




488 MAIN STREET 


92,800 


109,000 




57 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


107,300 


137,700 




81 LEAVITT ROAD 


82,400 


151,900 




5 ANN LANE 


95,900 


194,800 




4 NORTH ROAD 


100,100 


184,100 




81 ROWE DRIVE 


94,100 


185,500 




46LYNbl IE LANE 


99,500 


189,900 




16TIBBETTSR0AD 


89.900 


12,300 




25 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


122,500 


265,100 




15 APRICOT LANE 


103,200 


164,800 




65 TARAH WAY 





187,700 




19 JAMES ROAD 





130,700 




917 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


99,600 




160 SANDOWN ROAD 


92,200 


129,600 




464 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


91,829 


239,700 




GRISTMILL ROAD 


131,800 







55 DANVILLE ROAD 


111,200 


146,500 




54 KELSEY DRIVE 


128,500 


275,300 




6 SUNNY LANE 


50,000 


143,400 




VICTORIA FARM ROAD L/0 


108,900 







VICTORIA FARM ROAD L/0 


108,200 







100 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


199,400 


201,000 




60 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





73,000 




62 DANVILLE ROAD 


67,800 


114,800 




89 SOUTH ROAD 


103,700 


206,500 




6A CLOVER COURT 


3,400 







848 MAIN STREET 


136,700 


118,900 




WHITTIER DRIVE L/0 


190,900 







23 POLLINGER ROAD 


78,000 


188,100 




221 CHESTER ROAD 


88,700 


156,300 




PINE AT MIDDLE STREET 


37,900 







MIDDLE STREET L/0 


22,300 







53 SENTER CIRCLE 


109,200 


170,600 




LEAVITT ROAD L/0 


1,867 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


2,320 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


768 







42 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


9,100 







72 TAYLOR LANE 


120,300 


205,200 




85 HOOKE ROAD 


105,200 


217,500 




60 SOUTH ROAD 


85,800 


173,200 




COPP DRIVE 


246 







COPP DRIVE 


1,787 







COPP DRIVE L/0 


448 







COPP DRIVE L/0 


1,408 







COPP DRIVE L/0 


210 







60 COPP DRIVE 


104,833 


25,300 




COPP DRIVE L/0 


13 







SPRUCE SWAMP 


270 







7 DEER RUN 


85,800 


243,600 





173 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

LAGASSE, MARK 
LAMB, PETER R & BEATRICE 
LAMBERT REALTY TRUST 
LAMIRANDE, STEVEN & SARAH M 
LANDRY, TIMOTHY J 
LANE-THERIAULT, HAYLEY J 
LANIGAN, ERINA & KELLY, BRADLEY 
LANSEIGNE, ARTHUR L & BONNIE L 
LANSEIGNE. ERIC P 
LANSEIGNE. MICHAEL D & ROBIN M 
LAPIERRE, THOMAS U & MICHELLE 
LARCOME JR. ROBERT & ANDRIA 
LAROCHE REV LIVING TRUST, PETER 
LARSON, KRISTA 
LARSON, ROBERT C & MARILYN D 
LASCOLA FAMILY TRUST, YVETTE R 
LASKIEWICZ, JOHN 
LASKOWSKI, PAUL M & JILL E 
LASZLO REV TRUST. PHELPS T 
LATHAM, DANIEL W & DIANE M 
LAVELLE, TIMOTHY P 
LAVERTUE, JOHN D & KAREN M 
LAVERY FAMILY TRUST 
LAWRENCE, SCOTT M & KIMARIE K 
LAWSON. ROBERT I & CONSTANCE A 
LAZZARO, THOMAS D & KRISTEN E 
LEBEAU, MAURICE & AVRIL A 
LEBLANC, KELLY A 
LEBROCQUY, ANNA M & EARL J 
LECAIN. PAUL R & NANCY W 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR. FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR, FRED M & JOYCE I 
LECLAIR. FRED SCOTT 
LECLAIR, MICHAEL S & DANIELLE M 
LECLAIR, ROWENA 
LECONTE FAMILY LIVING TRUST 
LEDUKE, EDGAR 

LEFLEUR, ALAN L & KATHERINE M DOW 
LEGERE, MICHAEL B 
LEGERE, STEVEN J & BARBARA J 
LEITAO, ALFRED P & DINIS, MARK G 
LELIEVRE, RACHAEL E 
LENNON, JEREMY & AMANDA 
LENNON, JEREMY D & AMANDA L 
LENNON, JOEL B&LISE L 
LEONCELLO, CONCETTA 
LEONE, MARK A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


740 MAIN STREET 


150,100 





8 PIGEON LANE 


58,900 


109,800 


810 MAIN STREET 


134,400 


231,800 


160 WHITTIER DRIVE 


109,100 


176,200 


14RISL0VES WAYUNIT2 





318,900 


73 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


109.100 


96,000 


194 MAIN STREET 


79,900 


88,900 


90 TAYLOR LANE 


97,000 


174,000 


80 MAIN STREET 


93,700 


169,200 


22 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


107.400 


191,200 


5 BRUCE AVENUE 


66.800 


68,200 


32 GODFREY LANE 


118,600 


276,000 


382 MAIN STREET 


123,500 


226,100 


OLD RIDGE ROAD L/0 


95,300 





191 MAIN STREET 


121,500 


138.100 


79 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


86,800 


75.200 


43 POND LANE 


99,800 


173,100 


61 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


104.000 


205,500 


54 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


50.600 


70,500 


24 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


157,000 


231,600 


39 BARRELL RUN ROAD 


94, 1 00 


194,200 


16 WHITMAN DRIVE 


103,700 


211,300 


48 & 50 MAIN STREET 


99.400 


233,600 


5 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


104,200 


215,000 


52 RISLOVES WAY 





318,900 


60 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


183,500 


91 WALKER LANE 


123,700 


345,300 


107 MAIN STREET 


105,600 


135,600 


21 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 2 





311,600 


56 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


113,400 


269,400 


RED BROOK ROAD 


305,000 


20,900 


MAIN STREET 


1,635 





WALKER LANE ROW 


38 





MAIN STREET 


976 





RED BROOK ROAD 


5,704 





RED BROOK ROAD 


45 





789 MAIN STREET 


169,900 


136,100 


MAIN STREET 


15,800 





RIGHT OF WAY 


51 





19 WALKER LANE 


111,800 


130,400 


47 WALKER LANE 


109,000 


188,200 


13 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


71,400 


102.100 


14 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 1 





311.000 


47 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


94,100 


152.900 


47 LOUISE LANE 


96,000 


161.600 


193 DANVILLE ROAD 


76,730 


118.600 


95 GODFREY LANE 


119,600 


309.700 


94 GODFREY LANE 


118,700 


304.200 


120 MAIN STREET 


93,500 


161,700 


337 MAIN STREET 


133,500 


317,000 


333 MAIN STREET 


56,600 


220,800 


15 BARRELL RUN 


94,600 


179,700 


70TIBBETTS ROAD 


82,800 


8,900 


24 ROBINSON COURT 


110,100 


237,700 



174 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

LESCH, WENDY L 

LESICZKA, JEFFREY P & ANGEL M 

LESLIE, DEREK & MARINEAU, AMY 

LEVA, JOHN W 

LEVESQUE, PAUL L & FAITH D 

LEVI, GARY J 

LEVINE, JOSHUA H & SUSAN H 

LEWIS BUILDERS 

LEWIS, MICHAELS 

LIGGIERO, MICHAEL & CARMELLA M 

LIGHT TRUST 

LINDAHL, FRED & LIZANNE 

LINDEMAN, TIMOTHY H & LAURIE PAILES- 

LINDSEY, TIMOTHY R & CORNELIA 

LINVILLE III. JOHN T & LYNN D 

LIVINGSTON, JAMES M & NICOLE 

LIZOTTE, GERALD G & CAROL A 

LOCH, STEPHEN A 

LOCK, DUANE 

LOCKE, CAROL M 

LOCKE, RHONDA 

LOTHIAN, KATHERINE A 

LOTHIAN, RICHARD H & KATHERINE A 

LOTHIAN, RICHARD H & KATHERINE A 

LOURETTE, LAWRENCE L & NANCY 

LOVELY, JOHN & MARY K 

LOYD, WILLIAM E & KELLY E 

LUBOWSKY, LAWRENCE P & JESSICA L 

LUBOWSKY, LAWRENCE P & JESSICA L 

LUCAS, PETER P & BETH A 

LUCAS, WALTER & DIANE J 

LUCEY JR, EDMUND F & MELINDA A 

LUDWIG, PAMELA A 

LUFKIN, GEORGE A & BARBARA 

LUFKIN, GEORGE A & BARBARA 

LUFKIN, JAMES J 

LUNDGREN III, WALTER E & KIMBERLY A 

LUNDGREN III, WALTER E & KIMBERLY A 

LYFORD, LAWRENCE 

LYFORD, SIDNEY J & SHEILA E 

LYNCH, BRYAN R 

LYONS, EDWARD G & DONNA 

LYONS, JEROME J & MAUREEN F 

MACDONALD, JOHN 

MACDOUGALL, JOHN & MARGARET R 

MACK JR, LARRY J & TRAGI L 

MACKEY, PAUL J 

MACLEAN, JOHN L & KIM M 

MACLEOD, JAMES W & SHERYL A 

MACNEIL, GREGORY C 

MACNEILLY, WILLIAM & HANEDANIAN, LINDA 

MAFFEI, LISA L & PROCTER, JENNIFER L 

MAGNUSSON FARM LLC 

MAGNUSSON, GLENN 

MAGNUSSON, KEVIN J & LISA L 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 

62 POPLIN DRIVE 

10 CAVIL MILL ROAD 

235 WHITTIER DRIVE 

24 SOUTH ROAD 

24 BARRELL RUN ROAD 

48 VETTER DRIVE 

72 ROWE DRIVE 

WHITTIER DRIVE 

112 MAIN STREET 

54 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 

4BLUEFISHDRIVE 

77 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 

319 MAIN STREET 

624 MAIN STREET UNIT 4 

19 WILDWOOD DRIVE 

6 TREATY COURT - SANDOWN 
82 SLEEPER CIRCLE 

12 WHITTIER DRIVE 
61 NORTH ROAD UNIT 3 
308 MAIN STREET 
14 PULASKI DRIVE 
339 NORTH ROAD 
291 NORTH ROAD 
273 NORTH ROAD 
197 SANDOWN ROAD 

7 KIRSTEN'S LANDING 
57 KELSEY DRIVE 

12 COPP DRIVE 

COPP DRIVE FIRE POND 

18 ROUND ROBIN LOOP 
9ANDRESKI DRIVE 

53 SOUTH ROAD 

67 TARAH WAY 

BRENTWOOD ROAD AT RIVER ROAD 

BRENTWOOD ROAD AT RIVER ROAD 

284 MAIN STREET 

10 SUNNY LANE 

10 SUNNY LANE 
SHIRKIN WOODS 
SHIRKIN ROAD 

5 SAWMILL LANE 
359 MAIN STREET 
BRENTWOOD T/L 
792 MAIN STREET 

19 SHIRKIN ROAD 

11 MEETINGHOUSE ROAD 
25 KINGMAN COURT 

295 WHITTIER DRIVE 
65 SANDOWN ROAD 
123 SANDOWN ROAD 
109 SLEEPER CIRCLE 
23 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 
MAIN STREET L/0 
50 BRENTWOOD ROAD 
41 BRENTWOOD ROAD 



Land Value 


Building 


Value 


94,100 


149,200 




159,500 


228,800 




104,100 


159,200 




85,800 


130,700 




111,000 


198,400 




97,200 


142,400 




95,900 


229,600 




7,210 







83,900 


135,000 




104,800 


235,000 




108,400 


248,900 




106,909 


267,600 




83,900 


133,600 







240,000 




94,100 


163,900 




7,100 







104,500 


240,900 




105,700 


163,600 




86,900 


195,500 




105,000 


191,500 




113,800 


222,600 




98,700 


167,600 




88,900 


47,700 




88,096 


173,300 




197,300 


95,800 




116,900 


226,100 




106,300 


242,700 




103,700 


251,400 




10,900 







104,400 


169,700 




109,500 


214,800 




102,800 


180,300 







152,200 




65,900 







48,200 







96,500 


203,700 




49,500 


169,200 




22,500 







2,140 







1,103 







94,100 


167,800 




83,900 


108,000 




9,411 







145,500 


36,300 




82,200 


136,400 




95,100 


152,600 




118,300 


253,100 




113,200 


193,900 




107,900 


206,700 




62,100 


149,000 




108,100 


220,800 




86,000 


93,200 




84,227 







103,800 


160,600 




115,700 


194,600 





175 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

MAGNUSSON, WENDY S 

MAHON, THOMAS 

MAHONEY-HNILICKA LIV TRUST, ARIELA 

MAILLOUX. MICHAEL & WILLIAMS, JENNIFER 

MAKHOUL, GEORGE & LORRAINE J 

MALEK, ALBERT H & DIANE R 

MALEK, HENRY R 

MALOOF, RICHARD G 

MARCHAND, GERALD W & WANDA C 

MARCHAND, RENE P 

MARCINISZYN, ADAM & LINDA 

MARCOUX, DAVID J & KIMBERLY S 

MARINO, MARK A & PAULA 

MARQUIS, BRIAN G & NICOLE M 

MARQUIS. GEORGE E & LINDA E 

MARRAMA, STEVEN F & DEBORAH 

MARSHALL, JAMES T & CHERRI A 

MARSHALL, KATHLEEN S & DONALD W 

MARSHALL, THOMAS L 

MARSLAND, LYNDA A & GEORGE M 

MARSTON, SHAUN A & DEBORAH S 

MARTEL, ALFRED & PATRICIA J 

MARTELL, LISA A 

MARTIN, ABRAHAM & LETOURNEAU, D 

MARTIN, CHARLES F & SHANNON 

MARTIN, ELEANOR JEAN 

MARTIN, HUGUETTE J & MAURICE 

MASLOWSKI, KARA D & ROBERT D 

MASSEY, THOMAS & JANICE / DUFFINA, H 

MATHEWS, KAREN R 

MATHIEU, MICHAEL D & RACHAEL C 

MATTHEWS, CHRISTOPHER P & KAREN 

MATTHEWS, DEBRA 

MAYNARD REVOCABLE TRUST, NANCY 

MAYNARD, ERIC W & JONES, BONNIE J 

MAYOTTE, MAUREEN & WEINGER, K C 

MCALLISTER, THOMAS S 

MCALLISTER, THOMAS S 

MCALLISTER, THOMAS S 

MCCARTHY, JOANNE 

MCDONALD, MICHAEL J 

MCDONNELL, JOHN J & ELIZABETH 

MCELROY, DOUGLAS J & PAMELLA 

MCFADRIES, SCOTT M & KRISTINA 

MCFARLAND, CAROL 

MCFARLAND, SCOTT 

MCGAHEY, MICHAEL D & ELEANOR J 

MCGEE. STEPHEN J & NANCY J 

MCGRAVEY, ROBERT V & JOYCE A 

McKAY, PETER M & TERI L 

MCLAUGHLIN JR, GEORGE & BARBARA 

MCLAUGHLIN, ERIC J & POLIGENA 

MCLEAN, BRANDE & CURTIS W 

MCLEAN, JANET 

MCLEOD, WARREN L & LINDA R 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


19 SUSANS WAY 


86,500 


142,500 


75 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


89,300 


129,100 


88 CHESTER ROAD 


105,047 


159,100 


29 INGALLS LANE 


118,800 


282,300 


63 WHITMAN DRIVE 


88,200 


237,700 


16 TAYLOR LANE 


119,500 


242,300 


38 ROWE DRIVE 


74,800 


193,100 


225 MAIN STREET 


113,300 


169,400 


11 GEORGES LANE 





161,400 


191 DANVILLE ROAD 


108,200 


182,800 


48 GRISTMILL ROAD 


115,900 


271,100 


31 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


109,500 


169,000 


62 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


110,900 


408,700 


117 TUCK DRIVE 


118,900 


266,300 


MAIN STREET REAR 


13,300 





38 BLUEFISH DRIVE 


107,500 


215,600 


57 SANDOWN ROAD 


62,100 


82,500 


30 INGALLS LANE 


118.600 


292,500 


78 WALKER LANE 


91,100 


264,600 


199 CHESTER ROAD 


120,900 


202,200 


42 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


104,200 


251,100 


3TIBBETTSROAD 


55,200 


141,700 


26 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


108,200 


192,200 


154 MAIN STREET 


83.900 


106.500 


265 NORTH ROAD 


96,600 


143,300 


951 MAIN STREET 


73,000 


127.400 


97 NORTH ROAD UNIT 1 


90.900 


202,500 


22 GATES LANE 


104,500 


245,300 


53 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 1 


85,000 


10,000 


186 SANDOWN ROAD 


100.022 


129,700 


380 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85.800 


155,400 


269 WHITTIER DRIVE 


115.300 


174,400 


5 SAN ANTONIO DRIVE 


82,800 


205,000 


4 KADRA STREET L/0 


5,000 





378 MAIN STREET 


106,800 


137,200 


LOON WAY L/0 


63.600 





391 NORTH ROAD 


125.573 


148,500 


393 NORTH ROAD 


122,000 


291,800 


NORTH ROAD 


2,450 





25 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


105,100 


190,800 


10 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


51.500 


88,200 


55 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


51.900 


99,000 


54 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


110.900 


192,800 


5 HOOKE ROAD 


104,100 


179,300 


SPRUCE SWAMP 50% UNDIV INT 


598 





SPRUCE SWAMP 50% UNDIV INT 


598 





8 SANDOWN ROAD 


74,500 


117,800 


53 WALKER LANE 


103,700 


288,600 


55 TAYLOR LANE 


117,600 


178,100 


30 HOOKE ROAD 


95,100 


171,700 


13 SAWMILL LANE 


98,200 


130,200 


780 MAIN STREET 


103.100 


130.300 


40 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


103.700 


248,100 


184 NORTH ROAD 


83,900 


177,300 


204 SCRIBNER ROAD 


98,400 


180,300 



176 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

MCNALLY, JUNE D 

MCNALLY, JUNE D 

MCNAMARA, KARYN L & TIMOTHY P 

MCNULTY. MICHAEL P & LORRAINE 

MCNUTT. SARAH & SUNMAN, RICHARD 

MCRAE, CYNTHIA C 

MCRAE, CYNTHIA C 

MEANEY, EDWARD F & SHARON 

MEIER, KURT G & DEBORAH J 

MELANSON. DARIN A & EVA L 

MELLO, ALLISON & MCCONNELL. TRAVIS 

MELNICK. VICTOR D & BERNICE 

MENARD SR, STEPHEN H & PHYLLIS 

MENARD. ROBERT Y & LYNDA A 

MENTER FAMILY TRUST 

MERRICK, KEVIN M & JENNIFER L 

MERRILL REVOCABLE TRUST, JOHN 

MERRILL, FREDERICK M & JENNIFER 

MERRILL, JAMES A & AUDRA L 

MESSINA, BRIAN M & LAURA J 

MESSINA. SANTO J & DEBRA L 

MESSING I FAMILY TRUST 

METEVIER, LLOYD & BETTY 

MEUSE. ALFRED P & BENEDETTO, LYNNE 

MEUSE, ALFRED P 

MEY, JOHN E& LAURIE J 

MICCILE. JOSEPH F & KATHY A 

MICHALOWSKI, ALFRED & LORETTA 

MICHAUD, ERINK 

MICHAUD, LINDA M 

MILATA, DEANNA 

MILDE, HELMUT I & LESLIE F 

MILLER FAMILY REV TRUST 

MILLER. DAVID A & ELIZABETH A 

MILLER. DONALD R & GAIL A 

MILLER. ELISABETH A 

MILLER, WELDON A & SALLY A 

MILLSAP, GARY D & ROMERO. MARY ANN 

MINER, LEANNE M & LAURENCE A 

MINNON, DEBRA R 

MOATS, NELS GRANT & WENDY S 

MOITOSO, MANUAL S & MARIA H 

MOLLOHAN, STACEY & CROTEAU. MICHAEL 

MONAHAN, RICHARD J & CONSTANCE 

MONTY, PETER & ELENI 

MOODY, MICHAEL J 

MOORE, ERICM&ARIS D 

MOORE, RONALD B 

MOROVITZ, LAURA & GRASS, KENNETH 

MORRIS FAMILY REV TRUST. J E & C 

MORRIS, JOHN P & PATTI M 

MORRIS. LEWIS R & KATHRYN 

MORRISSETTE, GARY 

MOSCILLO, SANDRA & DIDONATO JR, V 

MOTTRAM JR, DALE T & TARJA 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 

SPRUCE SWAMP 
SPRUCE SWAMP 
82 HOOKE ROAD 
36 DEER RUN 

31 ANN LANE 

245 BEEDE HILL ROAD 
BEEDE HILL ROAD 

35 ANN LANE 

49 KARL IN ROAD 

89 RED BROOK ROAD 

36 ANN LANE 

115 MAIN STREET 

225 CHESTER ROAD 

72 PRESCOTT ROAD 

457 BEEDE HILL ROAD 

6 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 

23 DEER RUN 

259 MAIN STREET 

56 SANDOWN ROAD 

89 THUNDER ROAD 

20 HAWTHORNE DRIVE 

69 TARAH WAY 
705 MAIN STREET 

32 BEEDE HILL ROAD 
BEEDE HILL ROAD L/0 
184 COPP DRIVE 

33 POPLIN DRIVE 
32 COUNTRY LANE 
55 ANDRESKI DRIVE 
484 MAIN STREET 

70 LEAVITT ROAD 
373 MAIN STREET 

97 NORTH ROAD UNIT 6 

42 ROWE DRIVE 

1 DANVILLE ROAD 

53 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 

66 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 

76 BRENTWOOD ROAD 

63 SOUTH ROAD 

137 SANDOWN ROAD 

6B CLOVER COURT 

15SHIRKIN ROAD 

10 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 2 

31 SOUTH ROAD 

14 SOUTH ROAD 

39 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 

299 MAIN STREET 

189 BEEDE HILL ROAD 

12 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 

8 SENTER CIRCLE 

28 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 

23 TAYLOR LANE 

102 TAVERN ROAD 

624 MAIN STREET UNIT 2 

6 TAYLOR LANE 



Land Value 


Building 


Value 


1,120 







167 







96,000 


176,700 




101,300 


243,100 




95,900 


156,200 




95,218 


243,800 




42,915 







95,600 


173,400 




111,100 


213,900 




83,900 


146.700 




94,100 


198,800 




101,300 


136,400 




87,382 


155,000 




86,700 


186,700 




105,900 


110,700 




111,700 


182,900 




89,900 


229,300 




105,300 


335,700 




98,400 


102,000 




832 







90,500 


192,600 







111,900 




93,100 


103,100 




100,300 


364,700 




1,610 







119,600 


199,500 




94,100 


166,000 







141,100 




119,500 


214,600 




92,800 


89,300 




100,200 


166,700 




101,585 


356,800 




142,323 


533,100 




79,500 


184.200 




68,000 


140.200 




103,700 


184,600 




70,800 


69,600 




75,800 


222,800 




104,800 


181,700 




105,900 


210.200 




3,400 







83,900 


169.000 







234,100 




126,200 


153.000 




96,000 


129,700 




89,100 


108,100 




96.500 


112,400 




98.600 


227,700 




52,900 


144,900 




110.500 


163,500 




55,700 


125,600 




95,900 


188.900 




88,900 


280,100 







240,000 




111,100 


246.300 





177 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

MUDD REV LIVING TRUST, BETTIE J 

MUENCH, GORDON & BEAN, AMY 

MUHLHAUSER TRUST, R P & S 

MULDOWNEY, CHERYL ANN & JOSEPH 

MULLEN, JOHN A 

MURCH, ROBERT & ELLEN 

MURDOCK, KYLE S & VICTORIA L 

MURDOCK, THOMAS P & CATHERINE 

MURNANE, KEVIN P 

MURPHY, DOUGLAS W & MARY E 

MURRAY, MICHAEL T 

MUZZY, STEPHEN M & AMANDA 

NADEAU, DANIEL E & JANICE A 

NADEAU, ELAINE R 

NARDONE, ANTHONY F & PATRICIA 

NASH, MYRTLE M 

NEALON III, THOMAS B & NOELLE M 

NEISTOROWICH JR, WILLIAM A & JANICE 

NELSON TRUST, GARY J 

NELSON, CARLTON A & DOROTHY M 

NELSON, DARREN E & TAMMY K 

NELSON, NANCY A & BRONSON, TERRY L 

NELSON, TROY J &VICKI L 

NH ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC 

NH PULP & LUMBER CO INC 

NICHOLS, DAVID C & FLORENCE L 

NICHOLS, JOSEPH & DORIS L KORN 

NICHOLS, LEONARD R & DEBORAH 

NICHOLSON, FRANK W & TERRY 

NICOLAISEN JR, CHESTER 

NICOLAISEN SR REV TRUST, CHEST 

NICOLAZZI, JOSEPH A & SANDRA 

NIGRELLI, MICHAEL A & JULIE D 

NIHAN, WILLIAM D & MICHELLE A 

NILAND, JOHN F & BARBARA 

NOE, PAUL & KAREN 

NOON, PAMELA A & ESTATE OF DONALD 

NORTHRUP, ERIC J & VIRGINIA 

NOYES, MICHAEL R & WIGGIN, CAROLYN 

NUTTON, JAMES M & RITA 

NYGREN FAMILY IRREVOCABLE TRUST 

NYNEX / NE TELEPHONE CO 

O'BRIEN II, ROBERT E & JANICE 

O'BRIEN, DIANE M & LASONDE, ROBERT 

O'BRIEN, JAMES A & PATRICIA 

O'BRIEN, JAMES J & ELAINE G 

O'BRIEN, JOHN F & CORNELIUS 

O'BRIEN, SHAWN 

O'CALLAGHAN, KEVIN J & JULIE M 

O'CONNELL REVOCABLE TRUST, CEC 

O'CONNELL, JAMES & ANGELA 

O'CONNOR JR, VINCENT D & SARAH 

O'KEEFE, BRUCE B 

O'KEEFE, MICHAEL J & ELLEN M 

O'NEIL, KEVIN B & ALLISON B 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


33 LYNETTE LANE 


98,500 


174,000 


881 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


146,800 


70 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,100 


137,800 


5 MIDDLE STREET 


53,300 


172,000 


117 TAVERN ROAD 


92,477 


288,000 


50 KELSEY DRIVE 


131,100 


282,700 


159 SOUTH ROAD 


103,700 


118,200 


4 APRICOT LANE 


91,500 


178,800 


219 SOUTH ROAD 


98,100 


33.500 


105BEEDE HILL ROAD 


73,500 


157,300 


85 Vbl lER DRIVE 


106,600 


143,300 


14 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


106,500 


169,500 


15 PULASKI DRIVE 


83,300 


154,400 


342 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


700 


105 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,000 


156,800 


409 MAIN STREET 


83,900 


122,300 


372 SANDOWN ROAD 


74,500 


135,200 


90 MAIN STREET 


98,800 


147,300 


67 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


172,500 


94 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 2 





310,700 


118 LEAVITT ROAD 


98,800 


148,500 


26 INGALLS LANE 


119,500 


288,100 


122 WHITTIER DRIVE 


132,500 


165,300 


PUBLIC UTILITY & ROW USE 


617,500 





564 MAIN ST & 27 J BERNIER DR 


253,500 


316,400 


97 NORTH ROAD UNIT 2 


90,900 


196,400 


16 MIDDLE STREET 


74,500 


145,100 


115 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


98,000 


178,200 


234 SOUTH ROAD 


104,500 


134,900 


L/0 OFF EXETER RIVER 


276 





SANDOWN ROAD (REAR) 


8,090 





61 NORTH ROAD UNIT 1 


86,900 


193,700 


31 HOOKE ROAD 


96,700 


182,800 


64 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


106,200 


262,300 


212 WHITTIER DRIVE 


110,800 


164,200 


586 MAIN STREET 


113,100 


130,500 


178 MAIN STREET 


68,600 


85,500 


15 SUNNY LANE 


50,000 


190,500 


6 MAIN STREET 


98,800 


127,700 


47 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





131,900 


237 COPP DRIVE 


110,400 


363,200 


51 BEEDE HILL ROAD B/0 





12,300 


2 WILDWOODDRIVE 


94,100 


195,600 


393 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103,500 


153,200 


206 SANDOWN ROAD 


98,700 


139,400 


688 MAIN STREET 


154,200 


127,400 


610 MAIN STREET 


123,500 


152,300 


134 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


104,400 


223,400 


30 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


162,000 


160 SOUTH ROAD 


90,904 


198,600 


63 GRISTMILL ROAD 


120,000 


244,800 


10 GRAPEVINE DRIVE 


102,000 


153,400 


123 MAIN STREET 


136,500 


92,800 


304 MAIN STREET 


83,900 


129,900 


30B RUM HOLLOW 


48,400 


124,900 



178 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

O'REGAN, KIMBERLYA 

O'SHEA JR, ROBERT D & NOREEN 

OAKES. PATRICIA A 

DATES, DAVID M & DAWN M 

OKUN, JOYCE A & STEPHEN L 

OLKOVIKAS, JONATHAN & ANNE 

OLSEN, SCOTT F & TIFFANY L 

ORANCZAK, JOHN & THERESA 

ORBAN, CHESTER & HELEN 

ORDWAY, CATHY L & MICHAEL J 

ORLANDO, PHILIP 

ORLANDO, PHILIP 

ORO. RAYMOND K & JUDITH N 

ORTH, DANIEL J 

OUELLETTE, RAYMOND G & AMY A 

OUELLETTE, YVONNE F 

PAGE IRREV TRUST, HOWARD 

PAGE, DIANE G 

PAGE, DOUGLAS H 

PAGE, JAMES L& LISA A 

PAGLIARULO, REBECCA 

PAIGE, PAMELA J 

PAINE, KEVIN D & BRIDGET E 

PAJAK, ALLEN & MARGARET 

PALEN FAMILY TRUST 

PALMER, MICHAEL J 

PALMER, MICHAEL J 

PALMER, TIMOTHY P & GERALDINE 

PALMISANO, LINDA L 

PALOMBO, ROBERT 

PALOMBO, ROBERT 

PAPPALARDO, A WILLIAM 

PARADIS, EDWARD R & TERRY A 

PARADIS, SCOTT & AMY 

PARRILLO, DARREN R & CHERYL A 

PATCH, DONALD F 

PATRIA, EDWARD A & ROBIN / KEPPLE, S 

PATRICK, WILLIAM M & MEREDITH A 

PATTEN, TARA& JOEL 

PB FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST 

PEEL, TINA 

PEIRCE III, RUSSELL M & KRISTEN 

PELLERIN REV LIVING TRUST, JOANNA 

PELLETIER, LEONARD 

PELOPIDA, PATRICIA & YAFFE, MICHAEL 

PEPIN, KATHLEEN C & BAGLIO, ROCCO 

PERKINS, DAVID R & JENNIFER E 

PERKINS, STEPHEN D & JEANNIE M 

PERKS, DONALD S 

PERNAL, RICHARD A 

PERREAULT, DAVID J & CATHERINE A 

PERREAULT, EDWARp|?8, BARBARA J 

PERREAULT, RAYMOI^D'§..& SHAWN M 

PERRIER, KEVIN m'.V'" " 

PERROTTI, R J & BENNJICK, STEPHANIE 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


92 BEAN ROAD UNIT 3 





170,400 


10 BEACH STREET 


68,800 


111,400 


46 TIBBETTS ROAD 


86,000 


19,400 


788 MAIN STREET 


103,100 


107,200 


13 BIRCH HAVEN 


81,900 


176,100 


26 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


9,900 





139 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


114,300 


254,900 


63 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


101,801 


247,800 


18 KINGMAN COURT 


104,800 


250,700 


821 MAIN STREET 


133,700 


157,800 


24 TIBBETTS ROAD 


86,800 


32,300 


24 TIBBETTS ROAD L/0 


5,100 





76 LYNETTE LANE 


100,300 


216,800 


46 DANVILLE ROAD 


91,400 


108,800 


30 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


9,100 





309 NORTH ROAD 


101,200 


157,700 


55 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


100,000 


109,800 


32 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





81,500 


67 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


98,500 


218,900 


52 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


103,700 


223,700 


46 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


50,600 


82,200 


292 MAIN STREET 


83,900 


225,200 


27 KELSEY DRIVE 


87,600 


236,800 


92 BEAN ROAD UNIT 1 





170,400 


124 WHITTIER DRIVE 


107,400 


190,400 


20TIBBbl IS ROAD 


89,900 


13,800 


20 TIBBETTS ROAD L/O 


6,300 


2,300 


706 MAIN STREET 


134,000 


125,900 


92 BEAN ROAD UNIT 4 





170,400 


267 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


103,400 


243,900 


BEEDE HILL ROAD L/O 


113,700 





12 PIGEON LANE 


74,500 


128,800 


371 MAIN STREET 


56,600 


75,500 


132 TUCK DRIVE 


127,700 


274,100 


48 WHITMAN DRIVE 


88,200 


190,000 


360 SANDOWN ROAD 


99,000 


190,400 


25 JAMES ROAD 





168,900 


21 GEORGES LANE UNIT 1 





155,900 


36 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


6,800 





81 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


105,200 


283,000 


31 LEBLANC ROAD 


73,600 


145,900 


110 HOOKE ROAD 


115,500 


213,800 


BEEDE HILL ROAD 


2,202 





27 GRAPEVINE DRIVE 


95,400 


167,100 


25 LOUISE LANE 


94,600 


159,500 


11 COUNTRY LANE 





138,100 


351 NORTH ROAD 


101,500 


151,300 


29 BRENTWOOD ROAD 


100,800 


150,600 


61 RIVERSIDE DRIVE . 


88,300 


69,300 


39 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


142,500 


30 BLUEFISH DRIVE 


111,200 


238,200 


46 COUNTRY LANE 





109,700 


92 BEEDE ROAD : ■■ 


82,600 


126,600 


71 POND LANE 


77,700 


171,300 


53 TIBBETTS ROAD 


152,100 


237,100 



179 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY BUILDERS LLC 

PERRY SR, PAUL G & PATRICIA 

PERRY, PAUL E& JUDITH 

PERRY, SHAWN & NANETTE 

PETERS, GARY S & BELLIVEAU, ANNE 

PETERSON, ALBERT W & JUDITH A 

PETERSON, ALBERT W & JUDITH A 

PETERSON, DAVID A & DANIELLE M 

PETERSON, MARILYN A & ROBERT A 

PETERSON TRUST, PHILIP & VIRGINIA 

PETERSON TRUST, PHILIP & VIRGINIA 

PETERSON TRUST, PHILIP & VIRGINIA 

PETERSON TRUST, PHILIP & VIRGINIA 

PETERSON TRUST, PHILIP & VIRGINIA 

PETTIROSSI, BARRY R & LEE A 

PETTIS, JEFFREY W & SANDRA J 

PHAIR, CHRISTOPHER J & MICHELE K 

PHILBRICK, JEFFREYS. MARQUIS, KELLY 

PHILBRICK, JEFFREY & MARQUIS, KELLY 

PHILIBERT, RIP W & BRENDA L 

PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY 

PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY 

PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY 

PHILLIPS EXETER ACADEMY 

PHILLIPS FAMILY TRUST 

PHILLIPS JR, JOSEPH B & PENNY JO 

PHILLIPS REVOCABLE TRUST, REGINA G 

PHILLIPS, BARRY R & GAIL M 

PICARD, JOSEPH A & PATRICIA 

PICONE, RICHARD F & KATHLEEN 

PIKE, KENNETH R & BRENDA E 

PIKE, STEPHEN D & MASHELLE L 

PINARD, DONALD R 

PINDER, RICHARD J & MARY WHEATON- 

PINETTE, VICTOR & JOANN 

PINKHAM, CHRISTOPHER & MARGARET 

PINKHAM, MARGARET SCHOU 

PITKIN FAMILY TRUST 

PITKIN, KENNETH F & VERONICA 

PITKIN, MARK & LAURIE TROSTLE 

PITKIN, MARK & LAURIE TROSTLE 

PITKIN, MATTHEW K & ROBIN L 

PJP INC, PHILIP J GUPTILL & DAN OLSON 

PJP INCORPORATED 

PLACIDO, THOMAS J & DEBORAH L 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


THUNDER ROAD 


1,284 





THUNDER ROAD 


454 





THUNDER ROAD 


502 





THUNDER ROAD 


827 





THUNDER ROAD 


1,191 





THUNDER ROAD 


457 





THUNDER ROAD 


963 





THUNDER ROAD 


685 





THUNDER ROAD 


1,074 





THUNDER ROAD 


457 





THUNDER ROAD 


468 





21 THUNDER ROAD 


137,500 


236,400 


239 MAIN STREET 


124,500 


182,700 


48 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


103,900 


226,200 


22 PIGEON LANE 


54,100 


122,200 


MARTIN ROAD L/0 


45,558 





179 NORTH ROAD 


87,074 


187,700 


39 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


85,300 


231,600 


1 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 1 





310,700 


MARTIN ROAD 


37,441 


138,900 


152 MARTIN ROAD 


83.345 


173,200 


MARTIN ROAD 


24,783 





MARTIN ROAD 


21,541 


9,000 


MARTIN ROAD L/0 


150 





110 TUCK DRIVE 


118,700 


276,400 


317 NORTH ROAD 


98,800 


171,400 


1 TREATY COURT - SANDOWN 


4,200 





454 MAIN STREET 


161,500 


246,100 


481 MAIN STREET 


125,700 


272,700 


2 MAIN STREET 


81,900 


132,800 


SPRUCE SWAMP 


7,145 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


840 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


12,700 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


425 





325 MAIN STREET 


76,800 


97,050 


141 TUCK DRIVE 


119,500 


265,000 


325 MAIN STREET 


76,800 


97,050 


665 MAIN STREET 


68,000 


86,300 


14 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


84,400 


151,900 


200 SCRIBNER ROAD 


82,300 


162,100 


34 HOOKE ROAD 


94,600 


1 76,400 


38 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


104,100 


240,500 


28 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





59,700 


489 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


167,800 


57 LINDA LANE 





187,400 


91 TAYLOR LANE 


119,600 


227,900 


MEADOW LAND 


15,100 





16 JAMES ROAD 





99,400 


143 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


165,600 


289,400 


9 SQUIRE ROAD 


88,997 


319,800 


SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 


1,370 





137 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


98,900 


232,100 


MAIN STREET (REAR) 


161,108 





662 MAIN STREET 


253,937 





82TIBBbl IS ROAD 


84,500 


23,900 



180 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

PLANTE JR, EMIL J 

PLANTE JR, EMIL J 

PLANTE JR. EMIL J 

PLANTE JR. EMIL J 

PLANTE. BRIAN J & KELLI J 

PLANTE. DENIS J & ALICE M 

POGGI. ROBERT P & BRYNDA 

POLLINGER. RICHARD P & DEBORAH 

POLLINGER, ROBERT G & CONSTANCE 

POPLIN PROPERTY MGMT INC 

POPOLOSKI JR. ALBERT 

POPOLOSKI JR. ALBERT 

PORTER, RICHARD & PAULA NADEAU 

PORTER. ROSEANNA I 

POSTEMA. MARTIN H D & NIMAT, LINDA 

POSTERA. BARRY C & JUDITH A 

POTTIE. JEFFREY & CLARENBACH. H 

POTVIN JR, LAWRENCE & NICOLE 

POWERS. PAUL M 

POWERS. RUSSELL & CASSANDRA 

PPM FREMONT HOLDINGS LLC 

PPM FREMONT REALTY HOLDINGS LL 

PRATT, LILLIAN B 

PRESCOTT, BRIAN P & BRENDA 

PRIEST. CAROL A 

PROULX MEADE, DONNA & MEADE, ROBERT 

PROVOST, MICHAEL A 

PUBLIC SERVICE CO OF NH 

QUALITY FLAME CUT CO INC 

QUALITY FLAME CUT CO INC 

QUIGLEY. EDWARD A & DIANE L 

QUIGLEY. STEPHEN J & DARLENE 

QUINLAN, JAMES J & DONNA TUSCANO 

QUINN JR, JOHN F & CHERYL L 

QUINN. PAULINE A 

R & R REALTY TRUST 

RACKLIFF. JOLENE & DAMON, MARK 

RAFFERTY. CHRISTOPHER J & LINDA L 

RAGONESE, JEAN F 

RAGONESE, JEAN F 

RAGONESE. JEAN F 

RAGONESE. JEAN F 

RAGONESE. JEAN F 

RAND, CHARLES M & TRACEY M 

RAND, CHARLES M & TRACEY M 

RANDALL. ROY P & DONNA M 

RANDOLPH. BRUCE K 

RANFOS, ROBERT & JUNE 

RANKIN TRUST, EMMA J 

RANKIN. RICHARD G W & HEATHER 

RATCLIFFE. RICHARD J & CARA R 

RAUMIKAITIS. MARK A 

RAY. BARBARA J & ROBERT L 

RAY, GREGORY L & LISA J 

RAYMOND. RICHARD E & MARY T 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


OFF CHESTER ROAD 


11,400 







MAIN STREET REAR L/0 


11,900 







286 NORTH ROAD 


120.900 


176,900 




NORTH ROAD L/O 


4.177 







10 MARTIN ROAD 


157.000 


162,400 




112 LEAVITTROAD 


100.300 


256.400 




278 SOUTH ROAD 


1 1 1 .200 


152.600 




5 POLLINGER ROAD - PRIVATE ROW 


75.753 


315.200 




4 ROWE DRIVE 


76.500 


168,900 




5 HALL ROAD 


135.200 


264,900 




26 TIBBETTS ROAD 


86,000 


26,800 




26 TIBBETTS ROAD L/O 


4,900 


1,700 




144 TAVERN ROAD 


90.773 


187,900 




17 DANVILLE ROAD 


70.300 


71,600 




35 GODFREY LANE 


118.900 


284,300 




106 KARLIN ROAD 


107.100 


203,000 




58 VETTER DRIVE 


94,600 


133,000 




841 MAIN STREET 


105.000 


38,600 




66 TIBBETTS ROAD 


90.700 


5,700 




78 LEAVITT ROAD 


101.900 


224,300 




326 MAIN STREET UNIT 11 





353.900 




326 MAIN STREET UNIT 12 


70,000 







305 SANDOWN ROAD 


108,400 


97,300 




11 PULASKI DRIVE 


82.300 


180,300 




61 TARAH WAY 





194,500 




LOON POND 


60.200 







27 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


85.100 


168,400 




PUBLIC UTILITY & ROW USE 


3,925.200 







NEXT TO 828 MAIN STREET 


142.300 







828 MAIN STREET 


89,200 


391,300 




22 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


6.300 







46 TUCK DRIVE 


118,700 


306,600 




5 BEACH STREET 


52,200 


152,400 




6 BIRCH HAVEN 


81.900 


111,300 




36 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





88,700 




51 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


81.900 


76,700 




22SCRIBNER R0ADUNIT3 





189,100 




386 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85,800 


152,200 




300 MAIN STREET 


59.500 


154.200 




MAIN STREET 


600 







WHITTIER DRIVE (REAR) 


22 







SANDOWN ROAD L/O 


1,630 







93 SANDOWN ROAD 


110,300 


225.000 




70 SANDOWN ROAD 


52,500 


75,300 




64 SANDOWN ROAD 


49,200 


173,700 




L/O OFF BEAN ROAD 


5,400 







456 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


110,900 


126,700 




78 TIBBETTS ROAD 


84,500 


19.800 




522 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


83.893 


173,300 




92 HOOKE ROAD 


82.900 


196,200 




106 DANVILLE ROAD 


109,300 


273,000 




35 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


85.300 


140,800 




SHIRKIN ROAD 


2,266 







31 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





71,200 




40 TARAH WAY 





98,800 





181 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

REED, MICHAEL J & SHIRLEY A 

REID, KATHLEEN M S & SCOTT D 

REINHOLD GEORGE, LAUREL L 

REPCZYNSKI, THOMAS J & DOROTHY 

REYNOLDS. BRUCE JOHN & JODY A 

RICCI, DAVID A & DIANA 

RICE FAMILY TRUST, CHARLES & GLADYS 

RICE, DEAN A & BONNIE LEE 

RICH FAMILY TRUST 

RICH FAMILY TRUST 

RICH FAMILY TRUST 

RICH, ALAN J & ETHEL M 

RICH, ROLAND L & RUTH A 

RICHARD, DAVID J & KATHERINE K 

RICHARDS, STEVEN W & PATRICIA ANN 

RICHFIELD, ROBERT F 

RICHMOND, PATRICIA 

RICKEY, CHRISTOPHER R & AMY E 

RILEY, CHESTER A & JODY CHIASSON- 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R 

RISLOVE, ALLAN R & MARJORIE 

RISLOVE, MICHAEL 

RITTER, JOHN M 

RIVERA, EDWARD J & LYNNE 

RIVERS, JEFF R & KAREN O 

RIZZOTTI, MICHAEL A & CHRISTINE 

ROBERTS, NANCY L & BIGOS, ROBERT 

ROBERTSON, DANIEL & SOUTH, KATHRYN 

ROBIE, CARROLL & LUCCHESI, DONNA 

ROBILLARD, WILLIAM L & BRENDA 

ROBINSON, ERIC L & JOYCE M 

ROBINSON, HARRY F & NICOLE 

ROBINSON, JANET H 

ROBINSON, SCHREIBER, WOODMAN 

RODERICK. JOHN & MARIE 

ROE, KEVIN & ANGELA 

ROEDER, BENJAMIN 

ROGER, WILLIAM J & SMITH, PATRICIA 

ROGERS, JAMES P & JANET M 

ROGERS. MATTHEW & LUCCA, VALERIA 

ROGERS. RICHARD M & SHARON A 

ROMANO REVOCABLE TRUST 2003. ERICA 

ROSE, ANN T 

ROSS, DOUGLAS & DINAH M 

ROSS, LISA M & CHRISTOPHER M 

ROSSI, WILLIAM J & DIANE M 

ROSSOP, JOHN A 

ROUFF. WILLIAM F & DEBRA GRACE- 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Val 


163 WHITTIER DRIVE 


106,600 


178,300 


23 EMERSON DRIVE 


109.500 


249,000 


81 NORTH ROAD 


62.100 


95,600 


96 NORTH ROAD 


96.200 


190,500 


78 HOOKE ROAD 


96,000 


181,500 


104 MAIN STREET 


81,900 


76,100 


25 SENTER CIRCLE 


107,100 


179,600 


70 LYNb 1 1 E LANE 


106,300 


207,800 


90 DEER RUN 


115,500 


305,800 


KELSEY DRIVE L/0 


52,300 





246 MAIN STREET 


98,400 


143,900 


91 DEER RUN 


129,300 


229,000 


15 GEORGES LANE 





191,400 


29 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


101,600 


175,800 


39 LEAVITT ROAD 


94,400 


173,600 


9 MEETINGHOUSE ROAD 


95,100 


190,600 


68 HOOKE ROAD 


123,600 


206,900 


51 TUCK DRIVE 


120,200 


270,600 


160 MAIN STREET 


66,000 


93,300 


93 RISLOVES WAY 


147,500 


238,900 


RISLOVES WAY 


85,000 





RISLOVES WAY 


85.000 





RISLOVES WAY 


85,000 





76 RISLOVES WAY 





319,300 


94 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 1 





319,300 


94 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 3 





311,000 


RISLOVES WAY 


85.000 





236 MAIN STREET 


103,400 


221,200 


402 MAIN STREET 


133,300 


295,500 


974 MAIN STREET 


125,700 


141,900 


37 BARRELL RUN 


96,000 


197,000 


35 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103,800 


197,300 


90 KARLIN ROAD 


110,700 


206,600 


93 WALKER LANE 


100,400 


236,100 


17 DEXTER COURT 


122,200 


295,100 


131 SANDOWNROAD 


58,900 


181,000 


67 KARLIN ROAD 


114,400 


241,500 


54 DANVILLE ROAD 


88,600 


148,200 


94 TAVERN RAOD 


88,900 


171,200 


287 MAIN STREET 


92,800 


318,300 


16BEEDE HILL ROAD 


91,500 


131,400 


359 WHITTIER DRIVE 


93,300 


167,000 


124 OLD RIDGE ROAD 


90,529 


202.800 


88 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


104,300 


254.500 


5 ABBOTT ROAD 


99,700 


162.000 


59 VETTER DRIVE 


94,100 


151.300 


38 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


142.500 


47 SOUTH ROAD 


103,961 


320.600 


132 COPP DRIVE 


138,300 


316.600 


SCRIBNER ROAD ISLAND 


5,400 





36 SUSANS WAY 


86,500 


176.300 


98 RED BROOK ROAD 


103,600 


176,500 


207 SOUTH ROAD 


89,900 


127,800 


45 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


88,300 


181,300 


970 MAIN STREET 


129,400 


155,100 



182 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

ROULSTON, GEORGE E & CAROLINE 
ROWE REV TRUST, CHARLES 
ROWE REV TRUST, CHARLES 
ROWE, HARRY R & JUDITH A 
ROWELL TRUST, THERESA MARY 
ROWELL, JEFFREY D & CHERYL A 
ROWLAND, NEIL 
ROY FAMILY TRUST 
ROY FAMILY TRUST 
ROYER, BRIAN P & BREEDA L 
RUBIN, ALAN LEO & LYNDSAY MARIE 
RUNCIE, EDWARD J & MARION E 
RUSSELL, PATRICIA 
RUSSELL, STEPHAN H & SAMANTHA 
RYAN, DONALD J & PHYLLIS I 
RYDEEN, MICHAEL J & JENNIFER 
RYDEEN, ROBERT J & KAREN ANN 
SABALEWSKI, GLENN D & KERI 
SABATINI, ROBERT J & REBECCA 
SADLIER, WALTER T & SANDRA E 
SALOIS, ROBERT E & CYNTHIA R 
SALTZMAN, JAMES A 
SAMPSON, TIMOTHY B & NICOLE L 
SANDLER REV LIV TRUST, LOREN & HAZEL 
SANTERRE, ELANA & NEIL 
SANTOS, JACK J & ASTRID LORENTZSON 
SANTOS, ROGER J 

SARGENT, ANNETTE & WHITCHER, BRIAN 
SAULNIER, JAMES & MARCIA 
SAUNDERS, WENDI M & STEPHEN 
SAVANNAH TRUST / MITCHELL, CAROLE 
SAVARD, DAVID J & CYNTHIA 
SCALESE, JOHN P & CHERYL A 
SCALLY, STEVEN T & LISA M 
SCAPPACE, LYNN C 
SCHIEDING, JEFFREY L 
SCHILLER, JONM & JULIE L 
SCHINDLER, DENISE & KURT 
SCHOLES, WILLIAM G & KATHLEEN 
SCHOLES, WILLIAM G & KATHLEEN 
SCHOLES, WILLIAM G & KATHLEEN 
SCHREIBER FAMILY REV TRUST, R & E 
SCHREIBER FAMILY REV TRUST, E 
SCHREIBER JR, ERIC R & BILLIE JO 
SCHREIBER, JASON & KATHERINE 
SCHUBERTH, ERIC V 
SCHUMAKER, JOHN L & PAULA L 
SCHWARZENBERG, ARTHUR G 
SCIACCA REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST 
SCOTT, ELIZABETH A & DOUGLAS M 
SCRIBNER ROAD REALTY TRUST 
SCRIBNER, ANNMARIE & GREGORY 
SEACOAST UNITED SOCCER CLUB 
SEALE, GREGORY R & PIM, LINDA 
SEARS JR, DAVID A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


3 BEACH STREET 


50,100 


51,200 




POPLIN ACRES 


11,300 







POPLIN DRIVE 


15 







12 JAMES ROAD 





95,300 




2 RISLOVES WAYUNIT2 





310,700 




38 SANDOWN ROAD 


119,700 


169,300 




68 POND LANE 


83,900 


50,500 




53 ROWE DRIVE 


92,500 


179,400 




40 LOUISE LANE 


95,100 


201,700 




27 HOOKE ROAD 


96,700 


173,900 




2 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 1 





311,000 




138 MAIN STREET 


81,900 


112,800 




85 KARLIN ROAD 


104,100 


234,100 




15 TAVERN ROAD 


88,900 


324,800 




20 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


73,000 


115,700 




FOLSOM MEADOW L/0 


118,200 


285,100 




65 FOLSOM MEADOW 


99,369 


170,200 




30A RUM HOLLOW 


48,400 


124,200 




55 LOUISE LANE 


96,600 


212,300 




24ANDRESKI DRIVE 


105,600 


320,800 




41 SCRIBNER ROAD 


94,500 


180,700 




980 MAIN STREET 


28,300 


85,900 




6 MERRILL LANE 


81,900 


165,300 




23 COUNTRY LANE 





150.400 




10 HOOKE ROAD 


94,700 


182,600 




192 COPP DRIVE 


107,800 


246,200 




9 VICTORIA FARM ROAD 


104,100 


107,100 




23 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


96,000 


162.400 




12 CLOVER COURT - RAYMOND 


6,700 







64 MAIN STREET 


98,000 


159,300 




39 HOOKE ROAD 


95,900 


181,100 




221 DANVILLE ROAD 


114,800 


242,900 




383 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85,800 


161,300 




15 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,300 


219,700 




39 TAYLOR LANE 


122,600 


201,700 




23 JAMES ROAD UNIT 1 





143,200 




55 LYNETTE LANE 


98,500 


205,300 




70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


56,100 


84,000 




252 SANDOWN ROAD 


124,800 


213,600 




827 MAIN STREET 


114,200 


1,700 




827 MAIN STREET 


88,700 


223,500 




328 NORTH ROAD 


101,376 


127,200 




300 NORTH ROAD , , 


108,400 


112,300 




83 MAIN STREET 


98,800 


272,700 




326 NORTH ROAD 


99,700 


171,800 




11 KENNISTON LANE 


124,000 


199,000 




19 HOOKE ROAD 


98,800 


194,300 




356 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85,800 


158,800 




317 WHITTIER DRIVE 


103,800 


176,500 




16 EMERSON DRIVE 


103,745 


275,900 




SCRIBNER ROAD 


79,300 







42 ANN LANE 


94,100 


180,600 




SHIRKIN ROAD / EPPING TL 


46,029 







127 TUCK DRIVE 


119,300 


290,400 




811 MAIN STREET 


114,190 


181,500 





183 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

SELLENBERG, RICHARD W & COLLEEN 

SENTER, DAVID B 

SENTER, SHAWN D & KIM A 

SENTER, SHAWN D & KIM A 

SEQUINO, JOSEPH & JANETTE 

SEUSS JR, STEVEN & MAHONEY, FRANCIS 

SEVIGNY, GERARD L 

SEWALl, EDITH 

SHAPIRO, BRIAN Z & CYNTHIA M 

SHARRIO, DON C & PAMELA A 

SHAW FAMILY TRUST 

SHAW JR, RICHARD W 

SHAW, DAVID W & E LORRAINE 

SHEA, MICHAEL P 

SHERWIN III, GORDON A & ANDREA S 

SHIPULA, PETER A 

SHORB, DANIEL RAY 

SHUBERT, PAULW 

SIATKOWSKI, THADDEUS 

SIBELLE JR, ANDREW & JANICE B 

SIDMAN, KEITH & CHRISTINE 

SIERRA, BRIAN E 

SILVA, FERNANDO J & BRENDA M 

SILVA, FERNANDO J & BRENDA M 

SILVER, KEVIN 

SIM-VALLIERE, STEPHANIE 

SIMES, DORETTE 

SIMMONS, ERIN J & PAINE, THOMAS 

SIMONEAU, BRADLEY E & NICOLE D 

SKORKO, FRANK 

SKRZYSOWSKI, DAVID A & MICHELL 

SLOAN, ANNE R 

SMALL, TIMOTHY & CHANTAL 

SMITH JR, RICHARD C & MARY J 

SMITH, BRIAN E & BRENDA S 

SMITH, BRIAN F & WEST, LYNNE M 

SMITH, DONNAS 

SMITH, GLEN A & DENISE M 

SMITH, PAUL W & SUSAN L 

SMITH, ROBERT & RICHARD 

SMITH, ROBERT A & RICHARD 

SMITH, ROBERT A & RICHARD 

SMITH, ROBERT B & WHITNEY, ANDREA 

SMITH, ROBERT J 

SMITH, TIMOTHY R & BERRY, CARLA 

SMOSKE, STEVEN &BORTHWICK, JILL 

SNICER, GREGORY A & MICHELLE M 

SNIVELY, ROBERT O & MARCIA 

SNOW, HAROLD E & VIRGINIA L 

SCARES, SHAWN & MARCIA 

SOKUL JR, VICTOR P & ERIN E 

SOMMER III, FREDERICK A 

SOMMERS, KENNETH & MARY LOU 

SONIA, KATHERINE F & GEORGE 

SOUCY, MARGARET A 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


349 WHITTIER DRIVE 


101,800 


168,500 


16 BIRCH HAVEN 


81,900 


130,500 


145 WHITTIER DRIVE 


242,000 


276,000 


WHII HER DRIVE L/O 


243,300 





127SPAULDING ROAD 


126,300 


230,000 


82 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


55,700 


142,400 


201 SOUTH ROAD 


98,500 


125,000 


93 GODFREY LANE 


118,600 


339,400 


240 MAIN STREET 


62,100 


166,700 


87 ROWE DRIVE 


98,200 


134,600 


3 WALKER LANE 


103,700 


130.600 


7 LEBLANC ROAD 


82,300 


129,700 


33 SCRIBNER ROAD 


68,600 


173,100 


220 SANDOWN ROAD 


85,500 


199,200 


37 DEER RUN 


86,600 


229,800 


360 MAIN STREET 


124,500 


75,100 


31 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


85,300 


129,100 


58 TIBBETTS ROAD 


86,000 


19,400 


37 BEAN ROAD 


46,300 


110,300 


9 JAMES ROAD 





146,500 


44 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


126,000 


247,600 


2 CLOVER COURT - RAYMOND 


7,000 





11 BEAN ROAD 


65,900 


147,300 


1 1 BEAN ROAD L/O 


4,500 





42TIBBbl IS ROAD 


86,000 


12,500 


127 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,800 


228,600 


30 COOPER DRIVE 


127,500 


232,200 


179 SANDOWN ROAD 


107,200 


97,800 


215 SOUTH ROAD 


87,800 


130,200 


14 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


108,200 


248,800 


72 RISLOVES WAY 





318,900 


EXETER RIVER-RAYMOND T/L 


6,252 





24 SANDOWN ROAD 


119,600 


286,400 


66 GRISTMILL ROAD 


116,100 


244,700 


377 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


98,800 


58 GRISTMILL ROAD 


114,500 


259,800 


781 MAIN STREET 


87,100 


66,200 


29 WHITMAN DRIVE 


103,500 


219,700 


11 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


95,100 


110,900 


SPRUCE SWAMP 


2,154 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


2,109 





SPRUCE SWAMP 


2,184 





459 WHITTIER DRIVE 


88,900 


199,200 


31ARUM HOLLOW 


34,000 


133,100 


28 ANN LANE 


95,100 


149,800 


64 WALKER LANE 


85,800 


271,400 


172 WHITTIER DRIVE 


108,800 


176,300 


16 COOPER DRIVE 


115,000 


214,400 


14 MIDDLE STREET 


73,400 


169,900 


59 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


82,300 


147,400 


68 ROWE DRIVE 


96,000 


244,900 


384 SANDOWN ROAD 


74,500 


148,900 


64 SOUTH ROAD 


103,700 


314,300 


30 VETTER DRIVE 


112,700 


122,000 


1 RISLOVES WAY UNIT 2 





311,600 



184 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

SOUTHER. KIM M & PAUL T 

SPAULDING, BRENTON D 

SPAULDING. RONALD & BETTY 

SPENCER TRUST, JILL / EST OF JAMES 

SPENCER, GERRY E & CRYSTAL J 

SPENCER, JEFFREYS RENEE 

SPERO, JOYCE E 

SPINNEY, ROBERT & MONICA 

SPRAGUE, MATTHEW J & LIA A 

SPRINGBROOK REALTY TRUST 

SPRINGER, CARSTEN E H 

ST GERMAIN, STEVEN & GRETA J 

ST JEAN, SHARON C 

ST PIERRE, DANIEL 

STACKPOLE, ROBERT F & ANN M 

STACY ESTATE, LILLIAN 

STANLEY REV TRUST, ELIZABETH J 

STANLEY REV TRUST, ELIZABETH J 

STANLEY REV TRUST, ELIZABETH J 

STANLEY REV TRUST, ELIZABETH J 

STANLEY REV TRUST, ELIZABETH J 

STANLEY REV TRUST, ELIZABETH J 

STANTON, JOHN J & RITA D 

STANTON, KEITH J & LINDA F 

STANWOOD, PAMELA A 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DOT 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DRED 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DRED 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DRED 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DRED 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DRED 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, DRED 

STE MARIE, JOHN P & JANET M 

STEED, JOSEPH P & DEBRA L 

STEELE, GEORGE & LENA / JACKMAN, J 

STEMSKA, JOANNE 

STEVENS FAMILY 

STEVENS, REBECCA & STEWART, DANIEL 

STEVENS, ROBERTA E & PAUL E 

STICKNEY, TRAVIS & CLARK, TAMARA P 

STILSON, TINA M & MATTHEWS, M & G 

STILWELL, LARRY & LINDA 

STINER TRUSTEE, ROBERT N 

STOCKER, THOMAS W & CASSANDRA 

STOKES, DAIN F & KATHLEEN 

STOLLAR, MARTIN & EUSTIS, TERRY 

STONIS, LUCY & RONALD 

STRACKE, DONNA L 

STRAW, CHRIS &KIBBIE 

STROPLE, BARBARA W & DONALD W 

STROPLE, BARBARA W & DONALD W 

STROUT, NATHAN M 

STUART, DOUGLAS W & PATSY L 

STURK, RODNEYS 

SULLIVAN, JOHN T & HEATHER 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 

35 POND LANE 

388 BEEDE HILL ROAD 

19 BRENTWOOD ROAD 
18 COUNTRY LANE 

21 DEXTER COURT 

20 OLD RIDGE ROAD 
27 COUNTRY LANE 
16 WILDWOOD DRIVE 
25 DANVILLE ROAD 
SUSAN'S WAY ROW 
DANVILLE LINE 

57 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 
15 SUSANS WAY 

15 PINE STREET 
266 SOUTH ROAD 
SPRUCE SWAMP 
167 SCRIBNER ROAD 
SCRIBNER ROAD 
SCRIBNER ROAD 
SCRIBNER ROAD 
SOUTH ROAD BACKLAND 
SOUTH ROAD 
97 NORTH ROAD UNIT 3 
24 BIRCH HAVEN 
60 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 
DANVILLE ROAD 
RAILROAD BED 
DANVILLE ROAD 
RAILROAD BED 
OLD RAILROAD 

4 JACKIE BERNIER DRIVE B/0 
MAIN STREET L/0 

242 WHITTIER DRIVE 
13 SAN ANTONIO DRIVE 
62 TAVERN ROAD 

46 BARRELL RUN 
DANVILLE ROAD L/O 

47 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 
378 SANDOWN ROAD 
296 MAIN STREET 

583 MAIN STREET 

102 CHESTER ROAD 
203 SCRIBNER ROAD 

22 SCRIBNER ROAD UNIT 2 

48 CAVIL MILL ROAD 
LOON WAY L/O 

36 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 

58 COUNTRY LANE 
69 POPLIN DRIVE 
SCRIBNER ROAD 

103 SCRIBNER ROAD 

5 WHITMAN DRIVE 
42 VETTER DRIVE 

31 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 
21 ROBINSON COURT 



Land Value 


Building Value 


100,700 


171,400 


102,900 


204,100 


114,000 


136,500 





132,300 


118,500 


282,300 


101.200 


146,200 





139,300 


95,100 


195,000 


98,400 


195,600 


5,400 





686 





101,002 


236,100 


86,500 


176,300 


72,600 


151,700 


111,200 


162,900 


10,900 





88,902 


177,800 


5,357 





3.887 


63,800 


15,960 





714 





109 





90,900 


198,900 


92,700 


166,100 


90,300 


167,600 


123.700 





108,300 





80,800 





24.200 





14,000 








61,700 


6,500 





104,700 


189,200 


92,400 


153,500 


80,500 


110.800 


94,600 


155,400 


87.976 


1,100 


85,700 


166,400 


82,600 


141,600 


83,900 


144,100 


110,600 


166,700 


104,930 


174,800 


87,482 


227,200 





189,100 


129,900 


234,600 


1,339 





123,200 


187,200 





108,300 


95.600 


168,900 


10,500 


500 


67,400 


140,100 


109,000 


190,900 


98,800 


170,100 


129,400 


104,700 


116,800 


230,900 



185 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

SULLIVAN, JULIE A & SEAN F 
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL E & TERRY L 
SULLIVAN, SCOTT A & JOANNE M 
SURPRENANT, WALTER & BENEVENTO, P 
SURRETTE, GINA M 
SUTHERLAND, FRANK D 
SWANSON, LAWRENCE LEE & BETH M 
SWEENEY, SCOTT 
SWETT, DANIEL T & FRANCES N 
SWIEZYNSKl, STEPHEN J & DORIS 
SZANIAWSKI REV LIV TRUST, MATT 
SZMKOWSKI, PATRICK L & NICOLE 
TAIT, DAVID A & SUSAN 
TANGNEY, ROBERT B & LINDA L 
TANNER, JOHN W 
TAYLOR, GLENN P & ALISHA 
TEMPLE, JOHN T 
TENERINI JR, EDMUND J & JEAN 
TERSOLO, CHARLES J & JULIE A 
TESNIERE, DANIEL J & CAMZDIC, MIDHETA 
TEWELL JR, ROY A & SUZANNE 
THAYER FAMILY IRREV TRUST 
THAYER FAMILY IRREV TRUST 
THAYER FAMILY IRREV TRUST 
THAYER JR, CHARLES L 
THAYER JR, CHARLES L 
THAYER JR, CHARLES L 
THAYER JR, CHARLES L 
THAYER JR. CHARLES L 
THAYER JR, JEREMY LAWRENCE 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER TRUSTEE, CHARLES L 
THAYER, CANDACE 
THAYER, CANDACE S 
THAYER, JEREMY LAWRENCE 
THEBERGE, JEFFREY D & JOANNA B 
THEORI FAMILY TRUST 
THEOS, ANTHONY P & JOY M 
THERRIEN, JOSEPH U & TERESA M 
THOMAS, BRENDA A & EATON, ALAN C 
THOMAS, MATTHEW & SHARON 
THOMAS, PHILLIP E & CAROL A 
THOMPSON, MARK E & LISA L 
THOMPSON, RAY E 

THOMPSON, SARAH & BURDETTE, DAVID 
THORESON, STEVEN & LAURA J 
THORNTON ESTATE, JOHN F & BRIDGET 
THORNTON, DEREK & TIFFANY 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Val 


ue 


14 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


146,200 




56 TAYLOR LANE 


94,100 


222,900 




32 ROWE DRIVE 


67,700 


168,200 




85 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


123,900 


133,400 




15 CHESTER ROAD 


110,200 


138,200 




21 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


176,300 




203 COPP DRIVE 


151,700 


231,500 




18 CLOVER COURT 


8,700 







4 GEORGES LANE UNIT 1 





147,600 




83 RED BROOK ROAD 


81,900 


188,000 




8 ROCK N PINES 


96,600 


218,100 




42 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


176,300 




35 GRISTMILL ROAD 


115,300 


221,200 




46 WILDWOOD DRIVE 


94,600 


162,400 




34 COUNTRY LANE 





175,700 




17 ANN LANE 


94,700 


143,100 




70 PRESCOTT ROAD 


85,500 


181,800 




47 NORTH ROAD 


177,939 


332,400 




94 DANVILLE ROAD 


102,200 


235,200 




35 SANDOWN ROAD 


49,200 


141,800 




366 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


99,300 


157,500 




SHIRKIN ROAD 


1,815 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


60 







BEEDE HILL ROAD L/0 


9,800 







SHIRKIN ROAD BACKLAND 


841 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 


2,176 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 


12,480 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/O 


1,960 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/O 


1,647 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 1/2 INT 


667 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


4,002 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


1,280 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


1,624 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


928 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


1,024 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


512 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


1,239 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 


754 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/0 


83 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/O 1/2 INT 


667 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/O 1/2 INT 


203 







SHIRKIN ROAD L/O 1/2 INT 


203 







92 LYNETTE LANE 


98,400 


207,700 




5 ROCK N PINES 


106,400 


257,700 




7 TREATY COURT - SANDOWN 


6,700 







454 WHITTIER DRIVE 


90,100 


133,400 




43 MIDNIGHT SUN DRIVE 


85,100 


138,500 




225 SOUTH ROAD 


65,700 


171,300 




68 PRESCOTT ROAD 


86,600 


126,300 




L/O BESIDE 217 NORTH ROAD 


6,300 







22 BEAN ROAD 


84,158 


110,400 




396 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


110,500 




16 LOUISE LANE 


76,500 


173,600 




86 TIBBETTS ROAD 


81,000 


11,400 




20 FROST LANE 


136,300 


157,900 





186 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME , i 

TIBBETTS, MARY E 

TIBERIO, DANTE & CECILE / JUDITH 

TIDD, FREDERICK W & JANYCE 

TILLEY II, ROBERT E & SARTORI, JENNIFER 

TILLEY, GERALDINE E 

TODD, SHERRI LYN 

TOMANY, AARON M & CARRIE B 

TOMASZ, STEVEN & MAUREEN M 

TONAS FAMILY 2004 REV TRUST 

TOOHEYSR, STEPHEN E 

TORRISI CONSTRUCTION INC 

TORRISI CONSTRUCTION INC 

TORROMEO TRUCKING CO INC 

TORTOLINI, JOHN M & GERALD 

TOWN OF BRENTWOOD 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT / HIGHWAY SHED 

TOWN OF FREMONT / BALLFIELDS 

TOWN OF FREMONT / BALLFIELDS 

TOWN OF FREMONT / BALLFIELDS 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT / HISTORICAL MUS 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT / MEETINGHOUSE 

TOWN OF FREMONT / SAFETY COMPLEX 

TOWN OF FREMONT / TOWN HALL 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT / FIRE POND 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building 


Value 


50 TIBBETTS ROAD 


85,200 


21,400 




60 SCRIBNER ROAD 


110,800 


300,200 




8& 11 KELLEYLANE 


118,400 


261,800 




19 KENNISTON LANE 


132,500 


348,800 




54 SOUTH ROAD 


85,800 


117,300 




71 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


88,300 


90,200 




113 OLD RIDGE ROAD 


88,900 


170,600 




35 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


86,000 


116,700 




117 SHIRKIN ROAD 


117,614 


237,100 




398 WHITTIER DRIVE 


107,100 


130,900 




121 SPAULDING ROAD 


127,300 


172,500 




97SPAULDINGROAD 


124,800 


147,200 




127KARLIN ROAD 1/2 INT 


60,100 


180,400 




MEADOW LAND 


20,400 







BRENTWOOD ROAD 


6,500 







MEADOW LAND 


15,100 







ON RIVER 


10,000 







BOGGS BRIDGES 


17,600 







MAIN STREET BESIDE # 504 


44,600 







HOOKE ROAD 


116,900 







113 DANVILLE ROAD 


343,300 


15,000 




563 MAIN STREET 


109,800 







563 MAIN STREET 


291,900 


16,400 




563 MAIN STREET 


63,400 







PETTENGILL LAND 


122,900 







RED BROOK ROAD 


114,900 







RED BROOK ROAD 


106,500 







WHITMAN DRIVE L/O 


130,300 







WHITMAN DRIVE 


4,200 







COPP DRIVE L/O 


120,700 







8 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


70,300 


44,800 




BEHIND 484 MAIN STREET 


3,800 







BEHIND 470 MAIN STREET 


5,200 







464 MAIN STREET 


66,800 


104,600 




425 MAIN STREET 


192,200 


823,800 




295 MAIN STREET 


88,300 


301,000 




CLOVER COURT - REAR LAND 


6,700 







OFF LISA AVE - GREEN HILLS S/D 


4,600 







OFF LISA AVE - GREEN HILLS S/D 


6,700 







WHITTIER DRIVE 


184,500 







PRATT MEMORIAL PARK 


58,900 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


144,800 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


220,100 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


181,000 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


212,700 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


91,900 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


261,700 







TAVERN ROAD L/O 


102,400 







SHIRKIN WOODS 


65,300 


. 




SHIRKIN ROAD 


42,200 







SHIRKIN ROAD 


854 







LEAVITT ROAD EST GREEN AREA 


71,900 







LEAVITT ROAD EST GREEN AREA 


83,100 







LEAVITT ROAD 


57,800 







LEAVITT ROAD 


62,000 








187 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT/ HISTORICAL BLDG 

TOWN OF FREMONT 

TOWN OF FREMONT / PUBLIC LIBRARY 

TREFRY SR REVOCABLE TRUST, IAN 

TROY, WILLIAM D & BRENDA L 

TUCK FAMILY 1998 REVOC LIV TRUST 

TUCK, DEBORAH A PICKARD 

TURCO, JOSEPH C & KATHLEEN C 

TURKINGTON, RYAN B & CYNTHIA 

TURNER REV TRUST, BERNICE 

TURNER, BRUCE R 

TURNER, BRUCE R 

TURNER, DALE E & PATRICIA A 

TURNER, PHYLLIS 

TUTTLE FAMILY REVOCABLE TRUST 

TWISS, DAVID J & CATHERINE T 

TWOMBLY, ERNEST & CHAPINSKI, JANET 

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

UPTON, BASIL G & MELISSA J 

URBANOWICZ, KIM D 

US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

VAHEY, CRISTAL D 

VAICKE, NICOLE AMIE 

VAILLANCOURT, P & GIANUSSA, V 

VALCOURT, ADRIEN G & ELIZABETH 

VALENTINE 2004 TRUST, MARY E 

VALLIERE, STEPHEN J & RUTH B 

VAN DEN BROEK, ALEXANDER 

VANCE, HENRY & CHRISTINE 

VANSYCKEL, JAN M & QUINCY, LYNN A 

VENI. FAROUCHE P 

VENSEL JR, ROBERT & BONNIE 

VERREAULT, RICHARD R & MARY R 

VERVILLE, DAVID F & ANNE P 

VEZINA, DONALD 

VIERA, FRANCIS & LINDA 

VINE II, WILLIAM W & CHERYL 

VIOLETTE, RICHARD L & JENNIFER 

VIZENA, GENE C & NICOLE M 

VOURGARAKIS, MYLES & JODY 

WACHOVIA BANK NA 

WAGNER, GARY L & SWEE LIN WONG- 

WALDRON REV TRUST, BETH-ANN 

WALKER IRREVOCABLE TRUST 

WALKER, BRUCE & NANCY 

WALKER, CHERYLS 

WALKER, GREGG T & DIANA L 

WALL REVOCABLE TRUST, E & P 

WALLACE, THOMAS M & LINDA E 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


7,600 





RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


43,400 





SUNNY LANE 


45,000 





RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


93,400 





SAN ANTONIO DRIVE REAR 


8,600 





SAN ANTONIO DRIVE REAR 


8,600 





282 MAIN STREET 


30,700 


15,400 


SPRUCE SWAMP 


22,535 





7 JACKIE BERNIER DRIVE 


115,600 


773,600 


22 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





89,300 


64 KARLIN ROAD 


110,000 


201,900 


BRENTWOOD ROAD (REAR) 


60,700 





38 SOUTH ROAD 


85,800 


148,400 


20 DEER RUN 


90,100 


209,600 


8 VETTER DRIVE 


97,500 


207,300 


374 MAIN STREET 


84,200 


132.800 


SCRIBNER ROAD ISLAND 


5,400 





SCRIBNER ROAD 


4,900 





116 SCRIBNER ROAD 


98,400 


149,000 


272 MAIN STREET 


110,600 


182,300 


16 WALKER LANE 


103,700 


197,700 


15 SCRIBNER ROAD 


107,400 


226,900 


52 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





126,100 


408 MAIN STREET 


50,900 


284,500 


31 TUCK DRIVE 


119,600 


272,100 


23 SANDOWN ROAD 


81,900 


131,800 


5 TIBBETTS ROAD 


66,300 


114,500 


121 RED BROOK ROAD 


113,600 


263,300 


40 WHITMAN DRIVE 


88,500 


176,600 


74 TIBBETTS ROAD 


84,500 


9,000 


74 CAVIL MILL ROAD 


107,600 


248,500 


22 SUSANS WAY 


86,500 


214,500 


34 WHITMAN DRIVE 


88,200 


173,400 


624 MAIN STREET UNIT 5 





240,000 


364 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


93,100 


169,600 


31 BEAN ROAD 


77,400 


112,900 


39 NATHANIEL BROWN DRIVE 


124,300 


161,000 


53 VETTER DRIVE 


94,100 


205,800 


43 WHITMAN DRIVE 


91,400 


206,600 


54 WHITMAN DRIVE 


106,100 


200,500 


25 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


86,000 


103,400 


57 TARAH WAY 





164,800 


118 MAIN STREET 


95,200 


162,000 


40 SUSAN'S WAY 


86,500 


142,500 


144 SLEEPER CIRCLE 


104,100 


204,500 


84 DANVILLE ROAD 


121,400 


232,200 


48 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


50,600 


140,800 


125 KARLIN ROAD 


122,200 


247,100 


11 KINGMAN COURT 


107,800 


208,600 


MAIN STREET (REAR) 


6,960 





24 WALKER LANE 


103,700 


136,200 


117 WHITTIER DRIVE 


104,000 


177,700 


75 DEER RUN 


89,900 


219,500 


84 NORTH ROAD 


118,400 


151,400 


68 WHITMAN DRIVE 


88,200 


200,900 



188 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

WALSH, EDWARD R & JANNELL M 

WALSH, MARIANNE &HENDRIX, DONALD 

WARZOCHA, BARBARA 

WASHBURN, RICHARD A & DONNA M 

WASON, SCOTT C & MICHELLE P 

WASZAK, LAURA J 

WATERHOUSE, LORRAINE & JAMES A 

WATERS, GENE F & DOROTHY J 

WATKINS, PAUL M 

WEBER, PETER G & KATHRYN L 

WEBSTER, ROBERT F 

WEED, MARVIN T 

WEEKS FAMILY LLC 

WELKE. ANDREA J 

WELLMAN, MARK C & SANDRA N 

WELLS FARGO BANK NA TTEE 

WELLS FARGO BANK NS 

WELLS, FRANCIS X & CYNTHIA E 

WELLS, JOHN L & DONNALEE S STILES- 

WENTWORTH, SCOTT A & DEBRA L 

WESSLING, SCOTT D & REBECCA K 

WEST, NEIL D& ESTHER E 

WEST, STEVEN G & IRENE A 

WEST, WILFRED W & DORMA E 

WEST, WILFRED W & DORMA E 

WESTERBERG, MARIAN 

WESTFORD SQUIRE LLC 

WEYMOUTH, MICHAEL & CAROL 

WHEATON, GEORGE W & MARIA 

WHEELER, JANICE 

WHEELER, LYNETTE 

WHITE, BERTRAM M & DARLENE M 

WHITE, BRUCE & KAREN 

WHITE, CHARLES A 

WHITE, DAVID T & DENISE A 

WHITE, MATTHEW E 

WHITEMAN JR, GEORGE G & JILL A 

WHITESIDE FAMILY REV TRUST 

WHITNEY, BRYON 

WHITTALL, KIRSTIE B 

WICKS, MARY SUZANNE 

WIERSEMA, JEFFREY J & TINA M 

WILDER JR, JOHN R 

WILDER REVOC TRUST, H S & Y C 

WILDER, JOHN R & KATHLEEM M 

WILEY FAMILY TRUST 

WILKINS, TERENCE M & VICKIE E 

WILLEY, KEVIN RYAN 

WILLHITE, BRIAN D & ELIZABETH 

WILLIAMS JR, EDWIN & BOULEY. MICHELE 

WILLIAMS, CLAIRE M 

WILLIAMS, FREDERICK & HURLEY, PATRICIA 

WILSON, MICHAEL C & JANE P 

WINES, ROBERT G & CYNTHIA T 

WINTERS, MICHAEL R 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Val 


80 LYNETTE LANE 


101,300 


245,100 


350 MAIN STREET 


136.800 


132,100 


LOON WAY L/0 


57,900 





9 ROUND ROBIN LOOP 


111,800 


221,700 


470 MAIN STREET 


92,800 


173,200 


921 MAIN STREET 


56,600 


109,700 


24RISLOVESWAY 





311,600 


263 NORTH ROAD 


96,400 


123,800 


367 MAIN STREET 


85,900 


123,200 


113KARLIN ROAD 


117,800 


189,700 


39 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


104,500 


239.600 


880 MAIN STREET 


112,143 


261,500 


DANVILLE ROAD - WOOD LOT 


745 





231 MAIN STREET 


56,000 


133,100 


219 CHESTER ROAD 


88,900 


177,600 


92 DANVILLE ROAD 


101,700 


209,100 


12 COMPROMISE LANE - SANDOWN 


4,100 





SOLYNtI IE LANE 


100,200 


197,600 


26 BARRELL RUN 


101,600 


184,000 


42 HOOKE ROAD 


94,700 


185,800 


79ANDRESKI DRIVE 


103,700 


207.700 


21 GEORGES LANE UNIT 2 





149,200 


65 VETTER DRIVE 


94,600 


179,400 


SOUTH ROAD 


42,301 


19,700 


173 SOUTH ROAD 


88,362 


293,100 


624 MAIN STREET UNIT 1 





240,000 


7 SANDOWN ROAD 


81,900 


132,100 


34 GRISTMILL ROAD 


122,400 


275.200 


21 GEORGES LANE UNIT 3 





184.500 


24 POND LANE 


82,200 


117,700 


964 MAIN STREET 


109,300 


124.000 


205 BEEDE HILL ROAD 


1,681 





77 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


86,000 


93,900 


303 MAIN STREET 


145,100 


166,200 


53 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


88,300 


81,700 


BEEDE HILL ROAD L/O 


98,700 





BRENTWOOD LINE 


7,900 





234 NORTH ROAD 


82,800 


156,900 


4A CLOVER COURT 


4,800 





8 ABBOTT ROAD 


98,600 


148,100 


29 ROWE DRIVE 


75,900 


163,700 


76 VETTER DRIVE 


94,600 


142,600 


326 MAIN STREET UNIT 10 





87,900 


21 ANN LANE 


99,600 


154,000 


314 MAIN STREET 


53,800 


135.500 


29 SOUTH ROAD 


125,600 


157,700 


20 SQUIRE ROAD 


106,500 


124,200 


OLD RIDGE ROAD L/O 


972 





60 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


51,500 


99,400 


376 WHITTIER DRIVE 


85,800 


148,600 


10ANDRESKI DRIVE 


103,900 


206,200 


4 POND LANE 


67,000 


170,700 


7 SAWMILL LANE 


94,100 


183,200 


893 MAIN STREET 


139,800 


90,000 


16 HOOKE ROAD 


94,600 


209,200 



189 



TOWN OF FREMONT NH 



ASSESSED VALUES 



TAX YEAR 2006 



OWNER NAME 

WITHAM, ALBERT & JOYCE 

WiTHAM, ALBERT & JOYCE 

WITHAM, ALBERT & JOYCE 

WITHAM, ALBERT & JOYCE 

WITKOWSKI, ANNE C 

WLODARCZYK, EDWARD 

WOOD, AUDREY L 

WOOD, MARC 

WOOD, RICHARD A & SHERI A 

WOODMAN, CHERYL J 

WRIGHT JR, CHARLES & SUSAN 

WRIGHT SR, DANA & CHARLES JR 

WRIGHT, RICHARD B & MELINDA W 

YARATZ, JAMES J & WINIFRED A 

YEAGER, GREGG & MAUREEN GUARNIERI- 

YEE FAMILY REVOC TRUST, W C & L H 

YOBLONSKY JR, RICHARD E 

YOUNG, DONALD V & DONNA L 

ZABLOCKI, RICHARD & CECILIA 

ZABRYCKI, STACY 

ZANELLIS FAMILY TRUST 

ZSIROS, ATTILA 

ZUKAS, KEVIN R & LINDA P 



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 


Land Value 


Building Value 


WITHAM COUNTRYSIDE MH PARK 


1,977,000 


46,400 


18 CHRISTOPHER LANE 





114,700 


LOON WAY L/0 


895 





MAIN STREET L/0 


61,000 





30 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


69,600 


126,200 


36 POPLIN DRIVE 


94,600 


168,400 


5 SHADY LANE 


49,100 


101.500 


53 BROWN BROOK CIRCLE 


103,916 


217.700 


64Vbl lER DRIVE 


94.600 


157.700 


79 BEEDE ROAD 


85,486 


180,500 


46 SCRIBNER ROAD 


109,300 


330,600 


244 SOUTH ROAD 


107,100 


234,700 


78 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


113,000 


269.700 


19 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 


86,000 


140.300 


97 GODFREY LANE 


120,400 


322,200 


66 ANDRESKI DRIVE 


114,300 


205,400 


42 SCRIBNER ROAD 


108,400 


130,500 


12BARRELLRUN 


94,100 


153,000 


160 COPP DRIVE 


104,200 


220,600 


27 KINGMAN COURT 


117,600 


279,800 


143KARLIN ROAD 


104,300 


232,200 


9SHIRKINR0AD 


83,900 


38,000 


80 SANDOWN ROAD 


41,900 


133,400 



This listing of property owners and values is current to the end of December 2006, to be best of our knowledge. 

Transfers are received monthly by the Selectmen's Office from the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds 

and ownership changes are processed accordingly. 

Multiple owners may not all be shown here due to spacing of the report. 



All Fremont assessing data is available in the Selectmen's Office. Data is also available on line 

at www.visionappraisal.com; or by the link from the Town's website at www.Fremont.nh.gov. 

The Vision Website is updated periodically, and the date of last update is shown on the home page. 

Feel free to contact the Selectmen's Office for further updates or clarification. 



Tax assessing 



data is updated for April 1 annually as the tax year runs from April 1 to March 31 . 



The Current Use Report shown on the following pages represents only those parcels which have 

any portion in Current Use. 



190 



2006 CURRENT USE REPORT 

Owner's Name 



Mix, Albert M & Jacqueline 

Amorim, Ramiro & Adelaide 

Anderson, Hjalmer & Christine 

Anderson, Mary A 

Arsenault, Jeffrey & Erin 

Barker, Timothiy M. 

Barthelemy Trust, Brands & Scott 

Benishen Rev. Trust/George&Cynthia 

Benishen Rev. Trust/George&Cynthia 

Benishen Rev. Trust/George&Cynthia 

Bird, Denise & Jundi, Rami 

Bloomquist, Elizabeth 

Bolduc, Charles & Carlene 

Bolduc, Kevin & Karen 

Bolduc, Peter B & Dianne 

Bonagura, Matthev^/ & Tanya 

Bonagura, Susan T 

Bonagura, Susan T 

Bradford, Jimmie & Emma 

Braley, Jane E & Brooks V 

Braun, Kathryn & Blumenthal, Judi 

Brett, Nicholas W & Nancy O 

Brogan, Stephen & Diane 

Brooks, Beverly & Cordes, Eugene 

Brown Family Trust, Nathaniel K 

Brown Family Trust, Nathaniel K 

Brown Family Trust, Nathaniel K 

Brown Family Trust, Nathaniel K 

Brown Family Trust, Nathaniel K 

Brown Family Trust, Nathaniel K 

Brown, Douglas & Jennifer 

Burley Family Trust, H B 

Busby, Terence 

Butler Trust, Gertrude I 

Butler Trust, Gertrude I 

Buston, William G 

Casino, Michael & Hall, Cynthia 

Centerview Hollow Land Co LLC 

Champigny, Paul & Nancy 

Chase, Frances & Aaron 

Ciarlo, Robert & Levy, Stephanie 

Claire Sr, Michael 

Clark, Richard & Emelia 

CLDC Family Trust 

Cloutier, Gary & Tanice 

Cole, Harlow 

Copp, Wayne & Susan 

Copphutch Enterprises LLC 

Copphutch Enterprises LLC 

Copphutch Enterprises LLC 





Current Use 


Current Use 


Map/Lot 


Acreage 


Value 


02-021 


24.00 


3,072 


05-013 


6.00 


501 


06-060 


17.00 


1.074 


01-090 


12.52 


1,415 


06-020.005 


0.54 


1 


03-169.59.019 


18.47 


592 


06-021 


37.30 


6,482 


02-019 


39.00 


4,407 


02-020 


42.00 


4,746 


03-014 


55.00 


4,510 


03-057 


11.00 


2,055 


05-072.002.001 


22.70 


1,430 


06-047.001.002 


31.87 


1,950 


04-002 


10.89 


1,394 


02-078 


29.51 


3,659 


01-007.001 


10.00 


630 


01-007 


53.00 


3,929 


01-084 


41.50 


4,082 


05-050 


61.00 


4,642 


01-086 


10.25 


1,012 


06-047.001.003 


20.76 


851 


05-071 


51.00 


10,828 


02-026 


15.23 


1,671 


04-013 


52.21 


8,876 


01-006 


123.75 


17,039 


01-016 


15.00 


960 


01-040 


60.00 


3,203 


03-170 


70.00 


3,561 


04-066 


10.30 


753 


04-066.001 


14.70 


1,238 


05-039 


0.92 


14 


04-076 


10.05 


958 


06-015 


18.64 


1,920 


06-030 


22.00 


4,480 


06-031 


27.00 


2,060 


05-034 


20.60 


1,515 


02-001.001 


117.00 


18 


03-015.001 


77.76 


6,607 


02-175 


56.40 


5,371 


02-041 


10.00 


294 


01-018.001 


8.08 


1,034 


03-056 


76.40 


9,779 


01-094 


11.50 


1,472 


02-015.003 


17.50 


1,370 


06-044.003 


10.03 


1,549 


01-063 


25.00 


2,800 


03-088 


0.64 


10 


02.151.005.004 


3.54 


453 


02-151.005.005 


3.99 


511 


02-151.005.006 


6.07 


777 



191 







Current Use 


Current Use 


Owner's Name 


Map/Lot 


Acreage 


Value 


Copphutch Enterprises LLC 


02-151.005.007 


6.00 


768 


Cowie, Douglas M & Linda M 


02-174 


44.67 


5,718 


Currier, William & Joanne 


01-048 


63.77 


7,163 


D'Adamo, Christiana 


06-018 


14.34 


1,847 


Dakota Realty Trust 


01-035 


2430 


2,125 


Dakota Realty Trust 


01-035.009 


1.15 


147 


Dakota Realty Trust 


01-038 


14.73 


1,885 


Dakota Realty Trust 


01-035.008 


2.27 


291 


Danley, Lee & Rita 


02-015.002 


1120 


3,195 


Defrancesco, Christopher 


05-033 


14.00 


1,442 


DiCroce Realty Trust, Michael 


02-023 


10.00 


1,723 


Dombroski, Estate of William & Doris 


01-001. OOA 


39.75 


1,973 


Donigian, Christopher & Sandra 


01-015.003 


1.13 


8,900 


Donigian, Jacob A 


01-012 


184.71 


13,135 


Donigian, Jacob A 


01-015 


207.09 


15,726 


Donigian, Jacob A 


01-032 


7.00 


105 


Donigian, Jacob A 


03-189 


39.71 


3,598 


Downing Trust, John D & Lorraine 


01-011 


40.66 


4,671 


Freeman, Bonita 


06-054 


19.00 


2,460 


Freeman, Bonita 


06-055 


5.00 


315 


Fregeau, Steven M. & Nancy 


02-001.012 


2.02 


452 


Fremont Park Association LLC 


04-015 


34.24 


5,307 


Fremont School District 


02-151 


55.59 





Fremont School District 


02-151.001 


4.00 





Gagnon, Philip 


02-080 


13.00 


1,209 


Galloway, John 


05-035 


10.00 


930 


Galloway, John 


05-009 


24.00 


1,078 


Garrison, Donna 


04-098 


32.18 


2,447 


Gates, Donald Jr. 


01-057 


20.00 


1,154 


Gates Rev Trust, Eleanor 


01-059 


77.00 


7,957 


Glen Oakes Inc 


02-156.002 


20.23 


2,589 


Glen Oakes Inc 


04-077 


23.69 


550 


Gristmill LLC 


02-173.12 


33.91 


3,365 


Gunstock LLC 


05-017 


32.00 


2,369 


Hamilton, Brian T 


02-098 


10.40 


1,086 


Hartford, Howard E & Olivia F 


05-008 


12.20 


1,037 


Hartford, Howard E & Olivia F 


06-004 


8.40 


529 


Heaton, Michael H 


01-018 


4.00 


262 


Heritage Farm Trust 


01-082 


24.00 


8,640 


Heritage Farm Trust 


04-070 


21.00 


1,897 


Heritage Farm Trust 


04-072 


9.00 


474 


Heritage Farm Trust 


04-073 


7.00 


783 


Heritage Farm Trust 


04-074 


25.60 


2,147 


Heritage Farm Trust 


04-075 


9.10 


1,052 


Heselton Richard C/Rev/Trust 


01-033 


10.50 


158 


Horsburgh, Ellen L 


03-003 


138.00 


6,550 


Horsburgh, Ellen L 


05-055.001 


105.00 


4,121 


Horsburgh, Ellen L 


05-061 


112.50 


5,453 


Iron Wheel Inc 


02-106 


72.10 


6,106 


Jensen, Matthew J 


05-003. OOA 


7.60 


973 


Jensen, Matthew J 


05-003.00B 


6.50 


728 


Jensen, Matthew J 


05-006 


22.25 


2,117 



192 



Owner's Name 

Jones, Kenneth C & Kimberly M 

Karamourtopoulos, Peter & Audrey 

Karamourtopoulos, Peter & Audrey 

Kelley, James & Lisa 

Kelliher, Joseph F & Mary E 

Kelliher, Joseph F & Mary E 

Kelliher, Joseph F & Mary E 

King, John J & Renee 

Kreitner, Richard G & Debra 

Krueger, Andrew 

Krueger, Andrew 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

Ladd, Catherine F 

LeClair, Fred M & Joyce 

LeClair, Fred M & Joyce 

LeClair, Fred M & Joyce 

LeClair, Fred M & Joyce 

LeClair, Fred M & Joyce 

LeClair, Fred M & Joyce 

Legere, Michael B 

Lewis Builders 

Lindahl, Frederick & Lizanne 

Lothian, Richard & Katherine 

Lyford, Lawrence 

Lyford, Sidney J & Sheila E 

Lyons, Jerome J & Maureen F 

Magnusson Farm LLC 

Mahoney-Hnilicka Liv Trust, Ariela 

Mathews, Karen R 

McAllister, Thomas S 

McAllister, Thomas S 

McFarland, Carol & Scott 

McNally, June D 

McNally, June D 

McRae, Cynthia C 

McRae, Cynthia C 

Menard Sr, Stephen H & Phyllis 

Messina, Brian M. & Laura J. 

Meuse, Alfred P 

Milde, Helmut I & Leslie F 

Miller Family Revocable Trust 

Mullen, John A 

Nicolaisen Revocable Trust, Chester 

Nicolaisen Revocable Trust, Chester 

O'Connell Revocable Trust, Cecelia 

Oranczak, John & Theresa 





Current Use 


Current Use 


Map/Lot 


Acreage 


Value 


04-003 


5.00 


75 


02-017.001 


6.50 


1,938 


02-017 


3.50 


361 


01-052 


14.06 


599 


04-090 


36.46 


4,667 


04-091 


75.72 


5,398 


04-092 


7.84 


1,004 


05-036 


15.37 


2,229 


06-022 


24.25 


1,867 


05-024 


20.00 


2,320 


05-025 


6.00 


768 


02-144 


5.75 


246 


02-145 


18.20 


1,787 


02-146.001 


3.50 


448 


02-146.002 


11.00 


1,408 


02-147 


2.20 


210 


02-148 


11.00 


1,133 


02-148.002 


0.13 


13 


04-087 


18.00 


270 


02-083 


14.60 


1,635 


02-083.007 


0.34 


38 


02-085 


12.96 


976 


02-085.001 


8.39 


404 


02-085.002 


3.00 


45 


02-089 


0.40 


51 


02-022.012 


10.02 


1,030 


03-169.00A 


70.00 


7,210 


06-020.004 


0.57 


9 


06.062.011 


6.38 


96 


05-042 


28.00 


2,140 


05-026 


17.50 


1,103 


04-093 


72.50 


9,411 


02-070 


29.88 


2,327 


01-027 


14.50 


1,847 


01-095 


11.50 


1,622 


06-063 


16.70 


2,073 


06-063.002 


9.40 


2,450 


04-078 


26.00 


1,196 


04-065 


23.17 


1,120 


04-065.001 


1.83 


167 


05-072 


10.00 


3,718 


05.072.002.002 


34.08 


2,015 


01-014 


14.00 


1,582 


02-001.009 


3.68 


832 


03-054.002 


13.88 


1,610 


03-128 


26.00 


2,285 


003.001 


23.20 


2,023 


06-047.001.001 


34.93 


3,077 


01-028 


23.00 


276 


01-029 


90.00 


8,090 


01-061 


36.00 


5,104 


06-020.006 


0.08 


1 



193 







Current Use 


Current Use 


Owner's Name 


Map/Lot 


Acreage 


Value 


Pellerin Rev Living Trust, Joanna 


03-059 


17.20 


2,202 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.006 


5.68 


1,284 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.007 


2.01 


454 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.008 


2.22 


502 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001 .009 


3.68 


827 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.010 


3.66 


827 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001-011 


5.27 


1,191 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.013 


2.02 


457 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.014 


4.26 


963 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.015 


3.03 


685 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.016 


4.75 


1,074 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.017 


2.02 


457 


Perry Builders LLC 


02-001.018 


2.07 


468 


Peterson, Albert W & Judith A 


06-025 


34.00 


1,658 


Peterson, Albert W & Judith A 


06-051 


28.40 


5,174 


Peterson Family Revocable Trust 


06-032 


1.77 


241 


Peterson Family Revocable Trust 


06-033 


4.25 


1,445 


Peterson Family Revocable Trust 


06-034 


82.25 


24,783 


Peterson Family Revocable Trust 


06-035 


66.25 


21,541 


Peterson Family Revocable Trust 


06-036 


0.64 


150 


Phillips Exeter Academy 


04-067 


95.00 


7,145 


Phillips Exeter Academy 


04-067.001 


56.00 


840 


Phillips Exeter Academy 


04-068 


260.00 


12,700 


Phillips Exeter Academy 


04-069 


28.30 


425 


Pitkin, Mark & Laurie 


05-039.001 


6.48 


97 


Pitkin, Mark & Laurie 


05-045 


13.30 


1,370 


PJP Incorporated 


02-151.004 


43.35 


3,708 


PJP Incorporated 


02-151.002 


88.14 


8,237 


Plante Jr, Emil J 


06-042 


11.35 


4,177 


Pollinger, Richard & Deborah 


05-057.001 


29.39 


2,153 


Porter, Richard & Paula 


04-006 


21.94 


1,873 


Ragonese, Jean F 


03-036 


22.00 


600 


Ragonese, Jean F 


03-177.00A 


0.35 


22 


Ragonese, Jean F 


03-178 


40.00 


1,630 


Rankin Trust, Emma J 


06-001 


21.60 


1,993 


Ray, Barbara 


05-020 


22.00 


2,266 


Roe, Kevin & Angela 


06-061 


12.73 


1,629 


Rogers, Richard M & Sharon A 


02-028 


13.71 


761 


Rowe Trust, Louise M 


04-055 


1.00 


15 


Rydeen, Robert J & Karen Ann 


02-092 


11.91 


969 


Schreiber Family Revocable Trust 


06-041 


6.32 


76 


Scott, Elizabeth A & Douglas M 


02-077.002.011 


3.00 


45 


Seacoast United Soccer Club 


06-020.001 


8.60 


129 


Sears Jr, David A 


02-090 


11.00 


1,090 


Sloan, Anne R 


03-168 


66.00 


6,252 


Smith, Robert & Richard 


04-086 


27.75 


2,154 


Smith, Robert & Richard 


04-088 


23.25 


2,109 


Smith, Robert & Richard 


04-089 


29.75 


2,184 


Springer, Carsten E H 


01-062 


28.00 


686 


St Germain, Steven & Greta J 


06-020.007 


0.14 


2 


Stanley Rev Trust, Elizabeth J 


01-085 


33,75 


7,002 


Stanley Rev Trust, Elizabeth J 


01-093 


29.75 


5,357 


Stanley Rev Trust, Elizabeth J 


02-016 


10.90 


1,787 



194 







Current Use 


Current Use 


Owner's Name 


Map/Lot 


Acreage 


Value 


Stanley Rev Trust, Elizabeth J 


02-017 


76.00 


15,960 


Stanley Rev Trust, Elizabeth J 


02-027 


15.90 


714 


Stanley Rev Trust, Elizabeth J 


02-033 


7.25 


109 


Stevens Family 


02-063 


17.00 


2,176 


Stilwell, Larry & Linda 


01-025 


20.00 


1,730 


Stiner Trustee, Robert 


01-083 


27.00 


5,582 


Stollar, Martin & Eustis, Terry 


05-031 


13.00 


1,339 


Tenerini Jr, Edmund & Jean 


06-047.001 


39.44 


7,139 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-010 


20.00 


1,815 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-011 


4.00 


60 


Thayer Jr, Charles L 


05-046 


14.00 


841 


Thayer Jr, Charles L 


05-048 


17.00 


2,176 


Thayer Jr, Charles L 


05-058 


97.50 


12,480 


Thayer Jr, Charles L 


05-059 


21.50 


1,960 


Thayer Jr, Charles L 


05-049 


15.50 


1,647 


Thayer, Jeremy & James 


06-005 


5.75 


667 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-007 


34.50 


4,002 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-018 


10.00 


1,280 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-019 


14.00 


1,624 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-021 


8.00 


928 


Thayer Trustee, Charles L 


05-022 


8.00 


1,024 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-023 


4.00 


512 


Thayer Family Irrev Trust 


05-043 


9.68 


1,239 


Thayer Trustee, Charles L 


05-044 


6.50 


754 


Thayer Trustee, Charles L 


05-053 


5.50 


83 


Thayer, Jeremy & James 


06-007 


1.75 


203 


Thayer, Candace 


06-005. OOA 


5.75 


667 


Thayer, Candace 


06-007.00A 


1.75 


203 


Thompson, Ray E 


02-179.001 


26.51 


2,258 


Tonas Family Revocable Trust 


06-019 


38.00 


4,214 


Town of Fremont 


05-047 


1.67 


854 


Town of Fremont 


05-052 


10.00 


22,835 


Walker Irrevocable Trust 


02-131 


60.00 


6,960 


Weed, Marvin T 


02-130 


11.00 


1,543 


Weeks Family LLC 


02-079 


20.00 


745 


West, Wilfred W & Dorma E 


01-060 


49.68 


2,901 


West, Wilfred W & Dorma E 


01-071 


9.82 


2,562 


White, Bertram M & Darlene 


01-04-014.003 


13.13 


1,681 


Witham, Albert & Joyce 


05-028 


14.20 


895 


Wood, Marc 


06-020.008 


1.06 


16 


Woodman, Mark & Cheryl 


03-062 


31.20 


3,586 



"Tliere is a destiny that makes us brothers; none goes this way alone; 

All tliat zoe sent into the lives of others comes hack onto our own. " 

~ Edwin Markliam 



195 



OFFICERS OF THE FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

2006-2007 

SCHOOL BOARD 

Joseph Dreyer, Chairman Term Expires 2007 

Margaret Pinkham Term Expires 2007 

Christine Kenneway Term Expires 2008 

Marian Guidoboni Term Expires 2009 

Jeffrey Rowell Term Expires 2009 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Normand A. Tanguay 
FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR 

Annmarie Scribner 

ELLIS SCHOOL PRINCIPALS 

Dawn Lewis, P-4 
Kelli Killen, 5-8 

SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

EHzabeth Stanley 
SCHOOL DISTRICT MODERATOR 

Annmarie Scribner 
SCHOOL DISTRICT CLERK 

Kathleen Picone 



196 



SCHOOL WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the Inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Fremont, New Hampshire, 
quahfied to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Laurence Pettengill Hall, Ellis School, in said 
District on the 10th day of March 2007, at five o'clock in the evening to act upon the 
following subjects and to hear reports of agents, auditors, and committees or officers 
chosen and pass any vote relating thereto. 

1 . "Shall the Fremont School district vote to implement public kindergarten in 
Fremont and to raise and appropriate the sum of $144,244 for this 
purpose and further authorize the School Board to apply for, accept and 
expend federal, state and private grants for this purpose and further authorize 
the District to accept the sum of $ 135,133 from the State of New Hampshire 
to fund the cost of teachers and the expenses of operating the kindergarten." 

(Recommended by the Fremont School Board) 
(Recommended By the Fremont Budget Committee) 

2. "Shall the Fremont School District create a successor cooperative district 
planning committee in accordance with RSA 195:18 consisting of three 
qualified voters of whom at least one shall be a member of the School 
Board and authorize the moderator to appoint the members of the committee" 
and further to raise and appropriated the sum $10,000 for this purpose. 

(Recommended by the Fremont School Board) 
(Recommended by the Fremont Budget Committee) 

3. "Shall the Fremont School District authorize the School Board to convey to the 
Town of Fremont for no consideration the District Land (Tax Map 2, lot #151). 
This conveyance is contingent upon the cooperative articles of agreement for a 
Fremont/Sanborn Cooperative School District being adopted at the March 2008 
School District Meeting in Sanborn and Fremont." 

(Recommended by the Fremont School Board) 



197 



To see what sum of money the District will raise and appropriate for the support of 
schools, for the payment of salaries for school district officials and agents, and for 
the payment of statutory obligations of the District. This article does not include 
appropriations voted in other warrant articles. (Majority vote required) 







Budget Committee 


School Board 






Recommended 


Recommended 


1100 


Regular Education 


$4,529,799 


$4,529,799 


1200 


Special Education 


1,508,787 


1,508,787 


1300 


Vocational Education 








1400 


Other Programs 


40,090 


40,090 


2110 


Attendance 


1 


1 


2120 


Guidance 


123,930 


123,930 


2130 


Health 


62,203 


62,203 


2140 


Psychological 


75,200 


75,200 


2150 


Speech & Audiology 


139,029 


139,029 


2160 


Physical, Occupational & Vision 


151,690 


151,690 


2210 


Improvement of Instruction 


60.630 


' '■■ ' 60,630 


2220 


Educational Media 


172,552 


172,552 


2310 


School Board 


56,114 


56,114 


2320 


Offices of Superintendent 


223,643 


223,643 


2330 


Special Educ. Administration 


108,955 


108,955 


2400 


School Administration 


267,313 


267,313 


2600 


Operation of Plant 


398,125 


' ' 398,125 


2700 


Student Transportation 


490,389 


490,389 


2900 


Support Benefits 


282,365 


282,365 


4000 


Facilities 








5100 


Debt Service 


367,825 


367,825 


3100 


Food Service 


107,521 


107,521 


5300 


Federal Grants 


184,505 


184.505 




TOTAL APPROPRIATION $9,350,666 


$9,350,666 



($9,350,666) Recommended by the Fremont School Board) 
($9,350,666) Recommended by the Fremont Budget Committee) 



198 



"To see if the Fremont School District will vote to approve the cost items included 
in the collective bargaining agreement reached between the Fremont School Board 
and the Fremont Education Association which calls for the following increases in 
salaries and benefits at the current staffing levels: 

Year Estimated Increase 

2007-2008 $ 184,989 

2008-2009 $ 104,285 



And further to raise and appropriate the sum of $184,989 for the 2007-2008 fiscal 
year, such sum representing the additional costs attributable to the increase in 
salaries and benefits over those of the appropriation at current staffing levels paid in 
the prior fiscal year. 

(Recommended by the Fremont School Board) 
(Recommended by the Fremont Budget Committee) 

6. Shall the School District, if Article 5 is defeated, authorize the governing body to 
call one special meeting, at its option, to address Article 5 cost items only? 



7. To transact any other business which may legally come before this meeting. 



199 



Given under our hands at said Fremont this f' day of /,-^Vr , ,-, -. - • 2007. 



FREMONT 
SCHOOL BOARD 



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A true copy of warrant - attest: 

FREMONT 

SCHOOL BOARD 



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200 



SCHOOL WARRANT 
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



To the Inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Fremont, New Hampshire, 
qualified to vote in district affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Safety Complex, 425 Main Street, in said District 
On the fourteenth day of March, 2006, at eight o'clock in the forenoon to act upon the 
following subjects: (The polls may not close before seven o'clock in the evening.) 

1 . To choose two School Board Members for the ensuing three years. 

2. To choose a School District Moderator for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a School District Clerk for the ensuing year. 

4. To choose a School District Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

5. To transact any other business which may legally come before this meeting. 
Given under our hand at said Fremont this day of "r^ /- w^ , 2007. 



FREMONT SCHOOL BOARD 



A true copy of warrant - attest: 

FREMONT SCHOOL BOARD 



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SCHOOL BUDGET FORM 

BUDGET FORM FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF RSA 32:14 THROUGH 32:24 



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Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Fiscal Year From July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008. 

IMPORTANT: 



Please read RSA 32:5 applicable to all municipalities. 



1 .Use this form to list ALL APPROPRIATIONS in the appropriate recommended and not recommended area. 
This means the operating budget and all special and individual warrant articles must be posted. 

2. Hold at least one public hearing on this budget. 

3. When completed, a copy of the budget must be posted with the warrant. Another copy must be placed on file 
with the school clerk, and a copy sent to the Department of Revenue Administration at the address below. 



his form was posted with the warrant on (Date):. 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 
Please sign in inf<. 









THIS BUDGET SHALL BE POSTED WITH THE SCHOOL WARRANT 



FOR DRA USE ONLY 



NH DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
P.O. BOX 487, CONCORD, NH 03302-0487 
(603)271-3397 



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15-27 

i 



Budget - School District of Fremont FY 08 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


WARR. Actual Revenues 
Acct.# SOURCE OF REVENUE ART.# Prior Year 


Revised Revenues 
Current Year 


Estimated 
Revenues 

ENSUING FISCAL YEAR 


REVENUE FROM LOCAL SOURCES XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


1300-1349 


Tuition 




12500 


16000 


16000 


1400-1449 


Transportation Fees 













1500-1599 


Earnings on Investments 




9798 


2000 


2000 


1600-1699 


Food Service Sales 




58803 


92021 


94642 


1700-1799 


Student Activities 













1800-1899 


Community Services Activities 













1900-1999 


Other Local Sources 




107868 


225000 


100000 














REVENUE FROM STATE SOURCES XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


3210 


School Building Aid 




98097 


86879 


88486 


3220 


Kindergarten Aid 













3230 


Catastrophic Aid 




99690 


48842 


79341 


;240-3249 


Vocational Aid 













3250 


Adult Education 













3260 


Child Nutrition 




1340 


1100 


3007 


3270 


Driver Education 













3290-3299 


Other State Sources 

























REVENUE FROM FEDERAL SOURCES XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


H 00-4539 


Federal Program Grants 







184505 


184505 


4540 


Vocational Education 













4550 


Adult Education 













4560 


Child Nutrition 




12022 


14400 


18080 


4570 


Disabilities Programs 













4580 


Medicaid Distribution 




2311 


25000 


35000 


)590-4999 


Other Federal Sources (except 4810) 













4810 


Federal Forest Reserve 

























OTHER FINANCING SOURCES XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


XXXXXXXXX 


110-5139 


Sale of Bonds or Notes 











5221 


Transfer from Food Service-Spec.Rev.Fund 











' 5222 


Transfer from Other Special Revenue Funds 











5230 


Transfer from Capital Project Funds 




28792 






5251 


Transfer from Capital Reserve Funds 












206 



MS-27 
Rev. 08/05 



MS-27 



Budget - School District of Fremont FY08 

3 4 



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Estimated 






WARR. 


Actual Revenues 


Revised Revenues 


Revenues 


Acct.# 


SOURCE OF REVENUE 


ART.# 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


ENSUING FISCAL Y[ 





OTHER FINANCING SOURCES CONT. 




xxxxxxxxx 


xxxx>cxxxx 


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5252 


Transfer from Expendable Trust Funds 










5253 


Transfer from Non-Expendable Trust Funds 










5300-5699 


Other Financing Sources 


































5140 


This Section for Calculation of RAN's 
(Reimbursement Anticipation Notes) Per RSA 
198:20-D for Catastrophic Aid Borrowing 
RAN, Revenue This FY less 
RAN, Revenue Last FY 










=NET RAN 






Supplemental Appropriation (Contra) 










Voted From Fund Balance 










Fund Balance to Reduce Taxes 




226262 


226262 


21 1000 


Total Estimated Revenue & Credits 


657483 


922009 


8, 061 



**BUDGET SUMMARY* 





Current Year 
Adopted Budget 


School Board's 
Recommended Budget 


Budget Committee i 
Recommended Budcel 


SUBTOTAL 1 Appropriations Recommended (from page 3) 


8.863,047 


9350666 


93'^ 1666 


SUBTOTAL 2 Special Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 4) 





154244 


1' 1244 


SUBTOTAL 3 "Individual" Warrant Articles Recommended (from page 4) 





184989 


1; 1989 


TOTAL Appropriations Recommended 


8,863.047 


9689899 


96(' 1899 


Less: Amount of Estimated Revenues & Credits (from above) 


922009 


821061 


8.: 061 


Less: Amount of Statewide Enhanced Education Tax/Grant 


2127652 


2658853 


26 f i853 


Estimated Amount of Local Taxes to be Raised For Education 


5.813.386 


5.870,752 


5.87 752 



Maximum Allowable Increase to Budget Committee's Recommended Budget per RSA 32:18: $ 898,284 
(See Supplemental Schedule With 10% Calculation) 



207 



MS-27 
Rev 08/05 



BUDGET COMMITTEE SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULE 

(For Calculating 10% Maximum Increase) 

(RSA 32:18, 19, & 32:21) 



VERSION #2: Use if you have Collective Bargaining Cost Items 



LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNIT: FREMONT FISCAL YEAR END 2008 

Col. A 



1. Total RECOMMENDED by Budget 
Committee (see budget MS7, 27,or 37) 



LESS EXCLUSIONS: 
2. Principal: Long-Term Bonds & Notes 



3. Interest: Long-Term Bonds & Notes 



RECOMMENDED 
AMOUNT 



9,350,666 



308,875 



4. Capital Outlays Funded From Long- 
Term Bonds & Notes per RSA 33:8 & 
33:7-b 



5. Mandatory Assessments 



6. TOTAL EXCLUSIONS 
(Sum of rows 2-5) 



7 Amount recommended less 
recommended exclusion amounts 

(Line 1 less Line 6) 



8. Line 7 times 10% 



9. Maximum allowable appropriation prior 
to vote (Line 1 + 8) 



58,950 







<367,825> 



8,982,841 



898,284 



9,881,125 



Col. B 



Col. C 
(Col. B-A; 



10. Collective Bargaining Cost Items, 
RSA 32:19 &273-A:1, IV, (Complete 
Col. A prior to meeting & Col. B and Col. 
C at meeting) 



Cost items recommended 
184,989 



Cost items voted 



Amt. voted abov- 
recommended 



MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 
At meeting, add Line 9 + Column C. 



Line 8 plus any not recommended collective bargaining cost items or increases to cost 
items voted is the maximum allowable increase to budget committee's recommended 
budget. Please enter this amount on the bottom of the posted budget form, MS7, 27, or 37. 

Please attach a copy of this completed supplemental schedule to the back of the budget form. 

208 

MBA 10% 
Rl-v. 04 02 



FREMONT SCHOOL BOARD 

SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING 

held at the 

Laurence Pettingill Hall, Ellis Elementary School 

432 Main Street, Fremont, NH 03044 

18 March 2006 

Minutes 



Call to Order : Fremont School District Moderator Anne Marie Scribner called the 
Meeting to order at 9:05 a.m. 

School Board Chairman Joe Dreyer led the attendees in the Pledge of Allegiance. 

Introduction of the Board, Panel, and Guests : School Board Chairman Joe Dreyer, Member 
Cliristine Kenneway, Vice Chairman Peg Pinkham, Member Marion Guidiboni, SAU #14 
Superintendent Barbara Munsey, SAU #14 Business Administrator Martha Williamson, Ellis 
Middle School Principal Kelli Killen, Ellis Elementary School Principal Dawn Lewis, SAU #14 
Legal Council Gordon Graham, and School District Clerk Kathi Picone. 

Meeting Rules : Moderator Scribner went over the rules of the meeting. 

1 . You must be a registered voter with the town of Fremont. 

2. The meeting is to be fair and everyone is to be treated equally. 

3. All remarks are to be made through the Moderator. 

4. If you wish to speak, raise your hand and the Moderator will recognize you. Go to the 
microphone and state your name for the School District Clerk and ask your question. 

5. If you would like to speak, but you have already spoken, let other people with questions 
have an opportunity tor a question. 

6. There is to be no name calling or use of profanity 

7. If there is an amendment on the floor, we will resolve it before we entertain another 
amendment. 

Principal Kelli Killen informed the school board members, panelists, and attendees that the 
Student Advisory Committee created a power point presentation. Principal Killen asked to 
students to create a presentation based on the question, "What do you think makes Ellis School a 
great school?" The 7 minute presentation was viewed by all in attendance. 

School Moderator Scribner announced the voting results from the school elections held on 
March 14,2006. 

Name Position Results 

Anne Marie Scribner School District Moderator 430 

Elizabeth Stanley School District Treasurer 439 

Kathi Picone School Board District Clerk 427 

209 



Marian Guidiboni School Board Member 397 

Jeff Rowell School Board Member 25 

(Write-in Candidate) 



To the Inhabitants oj the School District in the Town of Fremont, New Hampshire 

qualified to vote in District affairs: 



You are hereby notified to meet at the Laurence Pettengill Hall, Ellis School, in said District 
on the 1^' day of March 2006, at nine o 'clock in the morning to act upon the following 
subjects and to hear reports of agents, auditors, and committees or officers chosen and pass 
any vote relating thereto. 

ARTICLE I. Shall the Fremont School District accept the provisions of RSA 1 94-C providing 
for the withdrawal of the Fremont School District from School Administrative Unit No. 14 
involving the school districts of Chester, Epping, and Fremont, in accordance with the 
provisions of the Fremont SAU Withdrawal Study Committee's proposed plan? (3/5 vote 
required). (Recommended by Fremont School Board) 

Vice Chairman Peg Pinkham moved the article. Chairman Joe Dreyer seconded the motion. 

Vice Chairman Peg Pinkham discussed the reasons for withdrawing from SAU 14. First, Epping 
and Chester earlier in the month had voted to withdraw from the SAU. Also discussed was the 
growth of the schools, change in state and federal guidelines, educational philosophies, different 
secondary high schools, and different school placements. 

Moderator Scribner asked for discussion. 

There being no discussion Moderator Scribner asked for a vote. Those in favor of 
withdrawing from SAU 14 indicate by saying aye. Those not in favor signifying by saying 
nay. 

Article one passed with Majority vote. 

SAU 14 District Legal Counsel Gordon Graham notified the School Moderator that a show of 
cards was needed in order to verify that a 3/5 majority passed the article and to get an exact 
amount on a)'e and nay voters. 

Moderator Scribner addressed the audience that a card vote was going to be taken. She 
stated that all those in favor of Article 1 raise your cards to indicate yes. She stated that all 
those against Article 1 raise your cards to indicate nay. A count was taken and the final 
vote was 61 ayes, nays. 

Article one passed with a 3/5 Majority vote. 

210 



ARTICLE 2. To see what sum of money the District will raise and appropriate for the support 
of schools, for the payment of salaries for school district officials and agents, and for the 
payment of statutoiy obligations of the District. This article does not include appropriations 
voted on in other warrant articles. (Majority Vote Required). 

The article was read by Member Kenneway. 



Budget Committee 


School Board 


Recommended 


Recommended 


$4,106,964 


$4,177,473 


1,464,586 


1,464,586 








46,790 
1 


46,790 

1 

124,730 


1 

124,730 


40,969 


40,969 


77,238 


77,238 


155,278 


155,278 


121,801 


121,801 


40,630 


40,630 


174,312 


174,312 


68,449 


68,449 


202,000 


202,000 


109,363 


109,363 


259,573 


259,573 


392,768 


392,768 


441,738 


441,738 


254,273 


254,273 








379,750 


379,750 


107.521 


107,521 


$8,568,033 


$8,678,542 



1100 Regular Education 

1200 Special Education 

1300 Vocational Education 

1400 Other Programs 

2110 Attendance 

2120 Guidance 

2130 Health 

2140 Psychological 

2150 Speech & Audiology 

2160 Physical & Occupational 

2210 Improvement of Instruction 

2220 Educational Media 

2310 School Board 

2320 Offices of Superintendent 

2330 Special Ed. Administration 

2400 School Administration 

2600 Operation of Plant 

2700 Student Transportation 

2900 Support Benefits 

4000 FaciUties 

5100 Debt Service 

3100 Food Service 

TOTAL APPROPRIATION 

($8,678,542 Recommended by the Fremont School Board) 
($8,568,033 Recommended by the Fremont Budget Committee) 

Member Kenneway made a motion to move the article. Chairman Dreyer seconded the motion. 

.Moderator Scribner asked for discussion. 

Representative Dan Itse asked the school board why so many line items were increased 
sub.stantially? He stated that Regular Education was up by 12%, Guidance was up by 32%, SAU 
costs up by 29%, Operation and Maintenance of Plant was up by 16%. 



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Superintendent Barbara Munsey referred Representative Use and the audience to Page 6 of the 
packet available upon there entrance into the meeting. She stated the following reasons for 
increases: 

• A new teacher is needed for the primary grades due to increases in enrollment. 

• Due to the "No Child Left Behind Law" there is a need to hire an additional guidance 
counselor. 

• There is a decrease is special education but increases in psychological services, speech 
services in the preschool, physical therapy and occupational therapy. 

• Increase in the Operation of Plan due to increased cost in heat and electricity. 

• Bus transportation increases with First Student mainly in the area of special education 
transportation. 

• There was a minor decrease in debt ser\ ice but an increase in health insurance premiums. 

• A very important factor related to an increase in the budget is that this is the first year that 
Fremont students are attending the Sanborn Regional High School as freshman and the 
costs associated with that. 

• Finalh . Superintendent Munsey stated that there is an increase in the Food Service 
Department. 

Moderator Scribner asked if there was any further discussion. 

With there being no further discussion. Moderator Scribner asked that those in favor of 
Article 2, indicate bv saying aye. Those not in favor of Article 2, indicate by saying nay. 

Article 2 passed with Majority vote. 

Article 3: To conduct any business that may come before the voting body. 

Citizen Linda Zukas came forward representing the Fremont Cooperative Planning Committee. 
The members of the committee are Christine Kenneway. Marian Guidiboni. and Linda Zukas. 

She stated that the Sanborn Regional School District had formed a cooperative planning 
committee and the two groups had combined to become the Fremont-Sanborn Cooperative 
Planning Committee. 

She stated that each town would pay for the costs of mailings, assessments and for legal counsel. 

Also, their intention is to work to put together Articles of Agreement and possibly bring forward 
a proposal for approval next March. 

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With no further transactions to come before the voting body. Moderator Scribner adjourned 
the Fremont School District Meeting. 

Respectfully, Srttbmitted By: 

Kktfii Picone 

Fremont School District Board Clerk 




Fremont Public Library ~ 7 Jackie Bemier Drive 




Fremont's Historic Meetinghouse ~ 464 Main Street 
Photos Courtesy of Bob Rydeen 



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SCHOOL BOARD REPORT 

The 2006-2007 school year has seen remarkable change and improvement for the 
Fremont School District. Over the past year, the district has adopted its own School 
Administrative Unit (SAU 83) and hired SAU staff and a superintendent. The District continues 
to examine existing activities and investigate new ones - all with the goal of providing 
meaningful educational opportunities while seeking and implementing best cost programs. The 
board is pleased to offer this annual report that summarizes our school district activities. 

The most significant district change was the departure of Fremont from SAU 14, 
(Chester, Epping, Fremont) and the formation of Fremont only SAU 83. This change was 
necessary due to all 3 districts voting to withdraw from SAU 14. While it was difficult to 
understand the future effect that the withdrawal would have on Fremont, the School Board is 
pleased to note that our new SAU is working very well. Superintendent Normand Tanguay 
maintains an office at Ellis school and is readily available to school administrators, staff, and 
members of the public. Financial Administrator Annmarie Scribner also resides at Ellis and 
is able to focus all of her time on business issues associated with the Fremont School District. 
Overall, the relocation of the SAU offices to Fremont has improved administrative 
communication and streamlined SAU/school district activities. 

The staff at Ellis School has demonstrated a strong commitment to our learning 
community by delivering another year of successful student outcomes while navigating through 
the changes at the SAU level. Our district is truly blessed to have dedicated employees - whether 
administrators, teachers, support staff, building maintenance staff, or contractors who all 
combine their efforts to help Ellis School operate smoothly. 

The School Board is thankful to have such wonderful support from our community and 
Town Offices: 

• The PTA and its members for sharing their time and talents. They are wonderful role 
models for our children. 

• Road Agent Guerwood Holmes and the Highway crew for doing a magnificent job of 
clearing snow from the school parking area and the Town roads so the buses can travel 
safely. 

• Chiefs Heselton and Janvrin for responding to the many needs of Ellis school and 
helping our school staff to understand fire codes and other regulations. 



• 



The Board of Selectmen for offering the ball fields for the school district to use for our 

year-end picnic and field day activities. What a gift to our students and staff! 

Our spirited citizens who support public education by volunteering time, talent, and 
taxes to the worthy cause of preparing the next generation to go forth into our uncertain 
and ever changing world. 



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• The Fremont Athletic Association for providing tireless volunteer support of our 
community sports programs many of which take place at Ellis school. 

In conclusion, the past year has presented many challenges for our learning community - 
mostly in the form of change. While change is often difficult, the citizens of our community are 
learning, adapting, and overcoming those difficulties. They are truly good role models for our 
students as they blaze their own educational trail, preparing to join the local, and ultimately, the 
global community. 

Respectfially submitted. 



Joseph Dreyer 



Marian Guidoboni Chris Kenneway 
Fremont School Board 



Peg Pinkham Jeff Rowell 




Photograph of the Brick placed at the NH Fallen Firefighter's Memorial in Concord NH at the 
Fire Academy, during the layout and construction in August 2006. 

Chief Clarence Philbrick died in the line of duty in 1976 at the Spaulding and Frost Mill Fire. 



Photograph courtesy of Fire Chief Dick Heselton & Betty Stanley 



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REPORT OF THE ELLIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL 

It is with great pleasure that I write this yearly review for the Ellis Elementary School. 
Each year 1 am at Ellis, I am amazed at the level of community support residents show for our 
school and families. Whether it is support of our financial needs, child advocacy, PTA efforts, 
community volunteers, school board members or helping families in time of need and 
emergency, the community rises to the occasion. All of these qualities transcend to our students. 
They arrive at school each day respectful, responsible and prepared. 1 thank you! 

The teachers and staff at Ellis strive each day to achieve high academic standards for all 
students, provide developmentally appropriate and challenging activities, foster communication 
and critical thinking skills and provide a safe and welcoming environment for students. 
Administration and teachers are committed to a collaborative leadership model and shared 
responsibility for student achievement. 

This year we have focused on improving literacy practices, math, technology and 
as.cessment of student skills. With the addition of a computer teacher, students are learning 
nnportant skills as outlined in the NH standards, it is here in these classes we clearly see how 
technology is an intricate part of student learning. Students must learn to use technology to 
become creators of information and ideas. ; > 

in 2006 we continued working with Tutts University sharpening our skills in literacy 
instruction. The Everyday Math program has been expanded to grade six. Students participate 
in art, music, PE, library and health to round out their educational experience. This summer was 
the beginning of the "First Grade Academy" program. Students who would be entering first 
grade were invited to attend 3 days in August to ease the transition to school. Our enrollment 
continues to grow at the elementary level and the voters will have an opportunity to decide on 
the implementation of public kindergarten this year. 

Also this year there were many opportunities for families and friends to join us at Ellis. 
Our annual Fall Family Nights were well attended providing an opportunity for families to spend 
time at school with their child engaged in fijn activities. The welcome back to school picnic was 
another great opportunity for family to get to know each other and to meet teachers. Open house 
and holiday concerts were well attended. Our Family Resource Coordinator continues efforts 
connecting families to valuable resources in our community and state. The Parent Leadership 
Counsel and PTA involvement enhances our educational practices. 

At Ellis, staff and administration actively promote a climate of achievement through 
incentives and celebrations. The PBIS program continues to grow and has become a way of life 
at Ellis. PBIS promotes a positive school climate and culture of respect, responsibility and 
preparedness. 



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In reflection. 2006 has been a year of growth for both students and staff It is an honor to 
work with your children and the staff at Ellis. 

Respectfully Submitted 

Dawn M. Lewis 
Elementary Principal 



REPORT OF THE ELLIS SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM 

This year we submitted our application to be a Spotlight School for the New England 
League of Middle Schools. NELMS chooses schools who demonstrate a high level of middle 
school best practices. This narrative was written by Mrs. Dawn DiBurro, our eighth grade 
Language Arts teacher, with input from the other members of the Middle School Leadership 
Council. The following captures what we have done, where we are, and where we are going. 

ELLIS SCHOOL - FREMONT, NH 

We Are a Spotlight - Watch Us Shine! 

"It is a communitv where eveiyone looks out for one another. It is amazing how close-knit 
we all are. When the kids walk down the hall, everyone from the principal to the custodian 
knows their name. Students can 'tfall through the cracks; there would always he someone there 
to catch them. " 

-Staff/parent 

"The administration and teachers know the children, their strengths and weaknesses, and 
they work with them to make them successful" - Parent 

"/ have been in other districts and I have never felt so valued and respected as I do here. I 
know I have made an impact on the lives of many kids. I joke that if I won the lotteiy tomorrow I 
would still come to work. The funny thing is that I really do mean that. " - Teacher 

"Wow. in my old school I got into a lot of trouble. They didn 't really care if I failed or 
whatever. You guys actually care; you don 't just yell at me. you actually listen. That 's cool. " 
- New student 

Without a doubt, Ellis School's greatest quality is its level of caring and compassion. 
Large numbers of graduated students come back every year to express their gratitude for this 
environment and to express their sadness at having had to move on. Students who have moved 
in fi-om other towns and states never fail to comment on the welcome change. We are a 
community that ensures that every child knows that they are valued, respected, and capable. And 
we believe our children are better learners and citizens tor this. 



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Ellis is a school in transition - in many ways. At the end of the 2005-6 school year, SAU 
14 dissolved and we became an entity all our own. We formed SAU 83 and are currently 
pursuing a cooperative unit with Kingston and Newton, NH. But even greater than this transition 
is the metamorphosis that we have undergone in the last two years. For the start of the 2004 
school year, we hired a new administration. This new guiding force ushered in an entirely new 
way of thinking. We began to look critically at what we were doing and more importantly, why 
we were doing it. We truly adopted and embraced the middle school philosophy. We realized 
some very important things about ourselves and began to work together for the same set of 
common goals. 

In this short time span, we have adopted PBIS, fomialized staff training in best practices, 
created a democratic leadership, wrote and aligned a curriculum for nearly every area, 
reorganized grouping and schedules to increase student performance, instituted NWEA testing to 
better monitor student progress, increased community involvement, and improved morale for all 
involved. This is only the beginning; the ftiture holds more changes for us and we are confident 
it will only make us stronger! 

In the summer of 2004, the staff began training in PBIS. Though we were all more than a 
bit hesitant, we believed in our motto - Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Prepared. Over 
the course of the next two years, the proof was in the numbers. By analyzing the data from the 
SWIS data system, it was clear that a positive approach to discipline was working. Major 
behaviors were reduced significantly and suspension levels were reduced to a negligible number. 
We currently have in place a system on which students can earn Gold or Platinum status - and 
the students truly care what their status is. Students retain their Gold status if they have not been 
cited for any major behaviors; Platinum status is earned for not being cited for any minor 
behaviors for at least 5 weeks. This year we were all amazed and pleased to learn that, for the 
first half of first quarter, 89% had earned Platinum status, and 78% had earned it for the second 
half of the quarter. These numbers make it obvious that we as a school are spending less time on 
repetitive, bothersome behavioral issues and more time on what matters - teaching and learning. 

One of the most striking elements that the new administration ushered in was the concept 
of leadership by democracy. Immediately, autonomy was granted to individual teams to identify 
and solve specific problems. In addition, new committees were formed to lend a voice to those 
that needed it. A Staff Advisory committee was created to help staff members solve all the little 
problems that get in the way of the big picture. The result was increased harmony and better 
morale amongst the staff The other committee that was created was a Student Advisory. Very 
quickly, comments were overheard. "You mean, she listened to what you wanted, and she's 
going to try it?" These comments quickly changed, from a sense of disbelief, to a sense of 
investment in their school. Instead of passively letting someone else choose equipment for the 
playground, students pitched in and made some suggestions. The result is one of the most 
unique activity spaces for any middle school. Instead of complaining about the school's lunch 
program, the students helped in the selection of a more appealing and healthy lunch offering. 
The result is an overwhelming number of students eating breakfast and lunch and making 
healthier choices. 



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Our staff and administration are not satisfied with teachers just teaching their subject and 
students learning it. We have made great strides in the past two years in fostering best practices 
for all. In 2004-2005, nearly every staff member (teachers and paraprofessionals) attended a 
weekly workshop based on the ideas of Dr. Hairy Wong. Though this time was certainly not 
mandated by administration or contract, the value of setting the educational tone in our school 
was vital and the staff recognized this. In 2005-2006, our staff again met the challenge and 
nearly every member again attended another weekly workshop, this time based on the ideas of 
Fred Jones and his book. Tools for Teaching. The result of both of these programs is evident in 
every classroom. Students begin their Bellwork when they enter the room, without teacher 
prompting; students understand expectations and procedures because they are made clear to 
every one; students have reduced non-productive behaviors such as learned-helplessness, 
avoidance, and backtalk. 

We recognize that we are a small school, numbering only 230 students. This number 
makes some things easy, but other things very difficult. It is a challenge to offer students a wide 
variety of subject matter; however, in 2005 we added a World Cultures class to the 7th and 8th 
grade curriculum. It is a challenge to offer a wide variety of sports and after school programs, 
and yet we had more than 80% of our students involved in a sports team, intramural league, club, 
or other activity. It is a challenge to get parents involved and yet we have "three times the 
number of parents at every game. It is really amazing to see. Even at parent meetings, 1 bet we 
have more than other schools a lot bigger than we are." 

In addition to these after-school activities, a great number of students are also involved in 
programs such as Student Council, Peer Mediators, Peer Tutors, Big Buddy/Little Buddy, and 
the Wellness Committee. We have also been able to reach nearly 1 00% involvement in some 
aspect of community service, whether that involves visiting the neighboring nursing home, 
helping the victims of Hurricane Katrina, collecting Pennies for Patients, donating to the local 
food pantry, or helping one of our own families displaced by a tragic fire. 

In short, we are proud of who we are. We are a community that cares tor each and every 
one. We are a community that has emerged in the last few years as a breeding ground for 
exemplary practices. We are lead by excellence, and we lead our students to excellence. 

Respectfiilly submitted, 

Kelli R Killen 

Middle School Principal 



"Ifn child is to keep alwc his inborn sense ofxoonder, lie needs the companionship 

of at least one adult xvho can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement 

and mystenj of the world xee live in." 

~ Rachel Carson 



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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT # 83 

It is with great pleasure that I write this report as superintendent of the newly formed 
SAU # 83. Fremont School District. 



The coming year will be filled with many important and exciting events. Some of my 
priorities include updating Board Goals and continuing to work on Board policies, especially as 
they pertain to New Hampshire Minimum Standards and the No Child Left Behind Act. I also 
would like to explore the possibility of reorganizing the SAU office. As always, I will continue 
an open and positive relationship with students, staff, and parents. 

Recently, our School Board retained the services of the New England School 
Development Council (NESDEC). NESDEC assists school districts in determining future needs 
in relation to school facilities. They will be working with a committee of community members 
and school administrators to develop a long-range facilities needs plan. This process will include 
a public hearing on a preliminary plan at which the public will be given the opportunity to 
participate in the development of the final report. I encourage you to watch for further 
information on this and to attend the public hearing. 

The Board and staff will continue to work with the administration of Sanborn Regional 
High School to align our curriculum so that the students are provided with programmatic 
consistency as they move from elementary, middle, and then on to high school. 

One of the fimctions of a school administrative unit is to work hand-in-hand with the 
New Hampshire Department of Education. We continue to do that in addressing the requirements 
of the No Child Left Behind Act, state assessment testing, adequate yearly progress of students, 
and meeting the highly qualified teacher mandate. 

Respectfully submitted, ■ 

Normand A. Tanguay, 
Superintendent of Schools 



Ellis School 

432 Main 

Street 




Photo 
Courtesy of 
Bob Rydeen 



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FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

ACTUAL EXPENDITURES 

Fiscal Year 2006 







2005-2006 


ACCOUNT 

-1 r\ 


ACTUAL EXPENDITURES 


10- 

1100 


Regular Education 


$3,548,116 


1200 


Special Education 


1,510,557 


1400 


Athletic Salaries 


21,622 


2110 


Attendance 





2120 


Guidance 


60,116 


2130 


Health 


35,971 


2140 


Psychological 


67,344 


2152 


Speech & Audiolgy 


99,027 


2160 


Physical & Occupational 


83,755 


2210 


Improvement of Instruction 


50,539 


2220 


Educational Media 


75,953 


2225 


Computer Technology 


89,578 


2310 


School Board 


33,890 


2320 


Office of Superintendent 


176,306 


2330 


Special Education Administration 


57,811 


2400 


School Administration 


262,852 


2600 


Operation of Plant 


372,321 


2700 


Student Transportation 


444,027 


2900 


Support Benefits 


201,727 




SUBTOTAL SUPPORT 


$7,191,511 


4000 


Facilities 


109,350 


5100 


Debt Service 


389,222 


5200 


Fund Transfers 


30,000 




TOTAL GENERAL FUND 


$7,720,083 


21- 


TOTAL FOOD SERVICE 


102,295 


22- 


TOTAL FEDERAL PROGRAMS 


166,776 


30- 


TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS 


105,501 


10-22 


TOTAL ALL FUNDS 


$8,094,654 



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FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 



DETAILED EXPENDITURES & REVENUE DATA FOR SPECIAL 
EDUCATION (HANDICAPPED /DISABLED ONLY) (ALL FUNDS) 



REQUIRED PER RSA 32:1 1-a 



EXPENDITURE 




2004-2005 


instruction 




$1,319,931 


Related Services 




$283,978 


Administration 




$112,376 


Legal 




$192 


Transportation 




$137,055 


TOTAL 




$1,853,532 


REVENUE 




2004-2005 


Tuition (Local) 




$13,200 


Adequate Educatior 


1 (State) 


$0 


Catastrophic Aid (State) 


$139,266 


Medicaid (Federal) 




$19,248 


Disability Programs 


(Federal) 


$91,932 



TOTAL 



$263,646 



2005-2006 

$939,923 

$59,553 

$15,120 

$0 

$172,063 

$1,186,659 



2005-2006 

$12,500 

$0 

$99,870 

$2,311 

$98,933 

$213,615 



DETAILED EXPENDITURE & REVENUE DATA FOR SPECIAL 

EDUCATION (CULTURALLY DEPRIVED, BILINGUAL, 

AND GIFTED & TALENTED) (ALL FUNDS) 

No expense / revenue reported for culturally deprived, bilingual, 

or gifted / talented. 



"You must hecoiiie tlic change you unsli to see in the worhi. 

~ Ghandi 



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FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 2006 



EMPLOYEE 



GROSS WAGES 



EMPLOYEE 



GROSS WAGES 



Almon, Abigail 
Almon, Debra 
Anderson, Ruth 
Bal<er, Donna 
Becl<, Janine 
Becl<witli, Julia 
Begley, Lisa 
Bernaby, Sheila 
Bissonnette, Denise 
Blades, Theresa 
Bolduc, Georgia 
Bolton, Robin 
Brackett, Corey 
Brousseau, Dorothy 
Brown, Lauren 
Brown, Scott 
Callahan, Margaret 
Catanzaro, Cheryl 
Cocco, Sally 
Coconis, Catherine 
Cohen, Carol 
Colby, Jane 
Columbus, Charlene 
Comack, Hunter 
Connor, John 
Contant, Gail 
Cooley, Wendy 
Coyle, Laura 
Croeber, Kristine 
Crompton, Bridget 
Croteau, Sarah 
Daniels, Janis 
Darragh, Anne Marie 
Defronzo, Steven 
Denyou, Maureen 
DeVries, Joan 
DiBurro, Dawn 
Dolan, Sara-Jayne 
Douglass, Jillian 
Downing, Wendy 
Durocher-Wentworth, Gail 
Dreyer, Joseph 
Emery, Kelly 
Emery, Marlene 
Emmons, Carolyn 



$140.00 

$55,078.26 

$300.00 

$30,610.14 

$33,037.90 

$70.00 

$1,500.00 

$35.00 

$753.74 

$19,184.96 

$609.44 

$7,745.50 

$388.60 

$17,442.00 

$560.00 

$44,699.00 

$4,550.00 

$59,538.00 

$45,099.00 

$2,967.49 

$43,697.94 

$16,299.78 

$980.00 

$15,189.90 

$38,746.00 

$14,565.15 

$6,237.66 

$39,167.00 

$40,376.00 

$210.00 

$1,050.00 

$14,656.23 

$50.00 

$1,802.50 

$350.00 

$22,343.64 

$44,406.00 

$18,474.35 

$210.00 

$15,662.62 

$32,091.11 

$2,000.00 

$70.00 

$17,420.70 

$17,127.93 



Eno, Sara Ann 
Esancy, Lori-Anne 
Evans, Lee Anne 
Fabrizio, Brenda 
Pagan, Colleen 
Fenderson, Jacqueline 
Fernandes, Michael 
Ficker, Sherri 
Fitzgerald, Lee 
Foley, Maria 
Forsyth, Lisa 
Frey, Patti 
Gablosky, Irene 
Genest, Gina 
German, Wendy 
Gobeil, Deborah 
Gonzalez, Sonja 
Gough, James 
Gray, Diane 
Guidoboni, Marian 
Hale, Mary 
Hannan, Louri 
Harrison, Thane 
Hewson, Matthew 
Jackson, Diane 
Jackson, Rebecca 
Kalgren, Dawn 
Kane, Kristine 
Karpman, Dianne 
Kazan, Elizabeth 
Kazan, Glenn 
Kearney, Cheryl 
Kelleher, Tracie 
Kelly, Patricia 
Kenneway, Christine 
Killen, Kelli 
Knapp, Ruth 
Knox, Kira 
Krol, Matthew 
Lake, Nathan 
Lathrop, Nancy 
Lee, Robin 
Lewis, Dawn 
Lyons, Donna 
MacLeod, Sheryl 



$735.00 
$8,141.90 
$38,434.90 
$47,377.70 
$46,871.18 
$6,194.70 
$38,916.00 
$19,278.32 
$14,727.55 

$105.00 
$37,061.00 
$33,699.60 

$175.00 

$47,710.00 

$1,330.00 

$51,051.50 

$46,404.99 

$48,230.00 

$48,485.00 

$1,500.00 

$51,485.00 

$35.00 

$800.00 

$770.00 
$52,159.00 

$525.00 

$280.00 
$35,270.38 
$47,990.00 
$15,450.00 
$44,500.00 
$18,332.56 
$1,260.00 
$18,481.84 
$1,500.00 
$73,500.00 
$26,644.80 

$753.74 
$13,653.80 

$292.76 
$51,529.00 

$571.04 

$70,000.00 

$1,505.00 

$700.00 



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FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT PAYROLL 2006 



EMPLOYEE 



GROSS WAGES 



EMPLOYEE 



GROSS WAGES 



Magee, Annie 
Maher, Leighann 
Marggraf, Lisa 
Masterson, Debora 
McKeon, Melissa 
Meredith, Theodore 
Miller, Gail 
Milner, Maura 
Normandin, Heatha 
O'Brien, Patricia 
O'Donnell, Lawrence 
O'Neill, Sheila 
O'Shea, Kellee 
Ouellet, Jennifer 
Ouellette, Yvonne 
Parenteau, Carrie 
Perry, Nanette 
Picone, Kathleen 
Pinkham, Margaret 
Pipitone, Susan 
Pitkin, Robin 
Poliquin, Constance 
Polizzo, Sarah 
Rand, Elizabeth 
Rand, Richard 
Ransdell, Forrest 
Reed, Karen 



$105.00 

$38,751.00 

$46,296.00 

$315.00 

$47,000.00 

$39,941.18 

$18,843.97 

$32,551.10 

$1,500.00 

$2,975.00 

$9,310.00 

$49,930.00 

$3,681.77 

$35,539.00 

$10,093.52 

$16,099.89 

$27,241.98 

$150.00 

$1,500.00| 

$48,035.00 

$12,309.50 

$14,407.12 

$39,951.00 

$21,752.85 

$105.00 

$1,400.00 

$700.00 



Reynolds, Bruce 
Rice, April 
Richard, Katherine 
Sadler, Deborah 
Sanville, Elizabeth 
Santiago, Priscllla 
Schreiber, Katherine 
Scribner, Annmarie 
Segal, Katherine 
Senter, Kimberly 
Sidman, Christine 
Siegler, Airi 
Smith, Alexandra 
Stanley, Elizabeth 
Stewart, John 
Toomey, Cathy 
Torge, Francine 
Tuohy, Louise 
Turner, Phyllis 
Weir, Carolyn 
Whitehouse, Kathryn 
Wicker, Vivian 
Wilson, Julie 
Winter, Barbara 
Worcester, Tamara 
Zarges, Clair 



$140.00 

$35.00 

$2,485.00 

$38,676.18 

$13,450.50 

$1,155.00 

$39,216.18 

$150.00 

$52,764.00 

$875.00 

$70.00 

$35.00 

$41,160.00 

$1,300.00 

$1,295.00 

$17,389.99 

$45,439.00 

$18,053.50 

$12,705.36 

$37,533.00 

$47,710.00 

$15,002.86 

$31,019.48 

$22,320.63 

$9,463.40 

$43,856.00 





Ellis Students are... \ 

Responsible, Respectful And Prepared. 




Ellis School Main Entrance 
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Thomas 



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2006 SCHOOL DISTRICT VENDOR PAYMENTS 



125 Fence 

AW Peller & Assoc Ed Materials 

Abilitations 

Academic Book Service 

Academic Therapy Publications 

Ace Hardware 

Adirondack 

Advantage Press, Inc. 

AGS Publishing 

AIMS Education Foundation 

Al & Terry Plumbing & Heating 

Alltex 

Aimon, Abigail 

Amazon.com Credit Plan 

AMEDCO 

American Tank Management Inc 

ANCO Sign 

Anderson, Ruth 

Angelcraft 

April Showers Lawn Irrigation 

Assc Suprv & Curriculum Dvlpm 

AT&T 

ATECH Services/ASSETT 

Baker, Barbara 

Baker, Donna 

Barlo Signs International, Inc. 

Barnes & Noble Bookseller 

Barnes & Noble.com 

Bauen Corporation 

Beck, Janine 

Beckwith, Julia 

Ben Franklin 

Boston Mutual Life 

Bradford Copy Center 

Brousseau, Dorothy 

Bureau of Education & Research 

Butler, Jason 

CACD/Tufts University 

Calloway House, Inc. 

Cambium Learning 

Carriage Towne News 

Carson-Dellosa Publishing C 

Cascade School Supplies Inc 

CDW - Government Inc. 

Central Paper Products 

Child Development Center 

Childcraft 

Childhood Comm Seminars 

Churchill Security 

Classroom Direct 

Clean-O-Rama 

ClubZ 

Cocco, Sally 



$ 


2,160.00 


Cohen, Carol 


$ 


181.93 


$ 


37.83 


Community Interaction 


$ 


61.89 


$ 


867.99 


Computer Automation Systems 


$ 


2,020.80 


$ 


35.00 


Comtois, PhD, Rita 


$ 


250.00 


$ 


860.52 


Concord School District 


$ 


319.44 


$ 


383.27 


Connectivity Point Design 


$ 


1,892.80 


$ 


2,721.80 


Connor, John 


$ 


1,096.87 


$ 


294.00 


Conway Office Products 


$ 


12,437.55 


$ 


809.51 


Cooley, Wendy 


$ 


39.00 


$ 


221.42 


Copp, Melissa 


$ 


25.50 


$ 


2,145.00 


Copper Dog Consulting & Training 


$ 


465.00 


$ 


1,437.80 


Corporate Express 


$ 


3,218.13 


$ 


337.47 


Corriss, David 


$ 


2,680.00 


$ 


159.79 


Cottonwood Press 


$ 


133.75 


$ 


109.00 


Council for Exceptional Children 


$ 


237.00 


$ 


1,162.00 


Coyle, Laura 


$ 


606.42 


$ 


218.40 


Creative Teaching Press 


$ 


92.71 


$ 


300.00 


Croeber, Kristine 


$ 


1,500.09 


$ 


130.00 


Crystal Springs Books 


$ 


90.30 


$ 


180.00 


Ct Valley Biological Supply 


$ 


144.84 


$ 


1,136.63 


Daniels, Janis 


$ 


55.39 


$ 


19.43 


Deerfield School District Treas 


$ 


10,804.00 


$ 


200.00 


Delahunty Septic Service 


$ 


1,365.00 


$ 


38.25 


DEMCO 


$ 


465.11 


$ 


29.04 


DeVries, Joan 


$ 


33.93 


$ 


28,450.00 


DiBurro, Dawn 


$ 


88.77 


$ 


86.38 


Dick Blick 


$ 


558.90 


$ 


2,842.32 


Douglass, Jillian 


$ 


39.00 


$ 


69,300.00 


Dowling HVACR Services 


$ 


907.50 


$ 


77.55 


Driving Force 


$ 


159.90 


$ 


39.00 


Durocher-Wentworth, Gail 


$ 


3,522.68 


$ 


2,175.67 


Eagle Tribune 


$ 


1,672.21 


$ 


4,244.92 


Easter Seals of NH 


$ 


38,683.07 


$ 


270.00 


EBSCO 


$ 


452.38 


$ 


2,607.21 


Eckhardt & Johnson, Inc 


$ 


9,492.97 


$ 


1,790.00 


Economy Handcrafts 


$ 


38.93 


$ 


2,048.00 


Educational Impressions 


$ 


74.75 


$ 


7,000.00 


Educators Outlet 


$ 


339.58 


$ 


113.40 


Educators Publishing Service 


$ 


2,397.99 


$ 


55.99 


Ellis School Activity Acct 


$ 


21,125.76 


$ 


50.18 


Ellis School Hot Lunch Prg 


$ 


893.28 


$ 


273.39 


Emergency Battery Maint 


$ 


1,210.69 


$ 


3,403.65 


Emery, Kelly 


$ 


39.00 


$ 


4,662.24 


Epping School District 


$1,035,773.50 


$ 


1,546.30 


ETA/Cuisenaire 


$ 


1,058.85 


$ 


6,940.50 


Evan Moor Publishing 


$ 


345.73 


$ 


1,048.24 


Evans, Lee Ann 


$ 


65.15 


$ 


945.00 


Exeter Flower Shop 


$ 


226.95 


$ 


210.00 


Exeter Healthcare Inc 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


273.90 


Exeter Locksmith 


$ 


3,690.00 


$ 


715.40 


Exeter Region COOP School Dst 


$ 


23,578.10 


$ 


10,987.50 


Exeter Sports Shop 


$ 


704.65 


$ 


230.19 


Fabrizio, Brenda 


$ 


100.07 



225 



2006 SCHOOL DISTRICT VENDOR PAYMENTS 



Fagan, Collen 


$ 


464.55 


Fernandez, Michael 


$ 


115.31 


Ficker, SherrI 


$ 


51.70 


Fire Protection Solutions 


$ 


200.00 


First Student Inc. 


$ 


271,121.71 


Flagship Bank & Trust Co. 


$ 


389,222.00 


Flynn's Oil Company 


$ 


36,435.00 


Focus on Technology Solutions 


$ 


2,500.00 


Follett Library Resources 


$ 


12,708.71 


Follett Software Company 


$ 


969.00 


Free Spirit Publishing 


$ 


75.65 


Fremont Glass & Door 


$ 


232.00 


Frey, Patty 


$ 


39.00 


Friendship House 


$ 


75.70 


Future Supply Corporation 


$ 


30.84 


Gablosky, Irene 


$ 


39.00 


Gallo, Elyse 


$ 


1,760.00 


Garelick Farms of Lynn 


$ 


13.014.52 


GE Capital 


$ 


7,947.00 


Genest, Gina 


$ 


1,159.80 


George J. Foster, Inc. 


$ 


660.96 


German, Wendy 


$ 


39.00 


Glencoe-McGraw Hill 


$ 


346.47 


GLS 


$ 


1,119.50 


Gobeil, Deborah 


$ 


121.42 


Gonzalez, Sonja 


$ 


3,091.90 


Goodwin's Office Products 


$ 


228.80 


Gov Connection 


$ 


27,767.89 


GovConnection Inc 


$ 


17,891.37 


Grainger 


$ 


2,751.40 


Gray, Diane 


$ 


155.58 


Great Bay Upholstry CIng 


$ 


660.00 


Great Horizons Prop Srvc & Lndsc 


$ 


7,731.37 


Great Source Ed Group 


$ 


1,173.49 


Guerwood Holmes Excavating 


$ 


475.00 


Guidoboni, Marian 


$ 


105.44 


Gymnastics @ Brntwood Comm 


$ 


150.00 


Hale, Mary 


$ 


591.98 


Hallsmith-Sysco Food Srvcs 


$ 


34,473.80 


Hamel, Brenda 


$ 


39.00 


Hammond & Stephens 


$ 


161.69 


Handwhting Without Tears Inc 


$ 


2,041.27 


Hannan, Lauri 


$ 


39.00 


Harcourt 


$ 


3,770.93 


Harcourt Assessment 


$ 


1,015.09 


Harcourt School Pub! - HRW 


$ 


1,039.67 


Harrison, Thane 


$ 


39.00 


Haverhill Public Schools 


$ 


45,000.00 


Health EDCO 


$ 


1,557.65 


Health Trust 


$ 


41,586.77 


Heinemann Raintree 


$ 


582.71 


Henry S. Wolkins Co. 


$ 


2,607.41 


Hermitage Art 


$ 


32.76 



Herrmann, Catherine 

Hewson, Matthew 

High Noon Books 

Holmes, Leon 

Houghton Mifflin 

Hunter School 

ISTE 

Interact 

Interim Health Care 

Internal Revenue Service 

Interstate Electrical Services 

Irving 

Irving Oil Corporation 

JW Pepper & Son Inc. 

Jackdaw Publications 

Jackson, Diane 

James R Rosencrantz & Sons 

Jostens 

Kaplan School Supply 

Karpman, Di 

Kazan, Elizabeth 

Kazan, Glenn 

Kearns, Richard 

Kelleher, Tracie 

Kenneway, Christine 

Key Equipment Finance 

Kidz Play 

Killen, Kelli 

K-Log 

Krol, Matthew 

Labhe Prop Maint & Landsc 

Lakeshore Learning 

Language Circle Enterprizes 

Lapierre, Thomas 

Laquerre, Theresa 

Learning Links, Inc 

Learning Resources 

Learning Things 

Leddy Group 

Lerner Classroom 

Levesque, Faith 

Lewis, Dawn 

LGC Health Trust 

LHS Associates. Inc 

Lifeshare, Inc 

Lighthouse School, Inc 

LRP Publications 

Lutheran Community Srvcs NH 

M D Stetson Company 

Mack MD, Richard 

Macleod, Sheryl 

Mailbox Book Company 

Maple Leaf Center 



25.50 

39.00 

594.00 

250.00 

478.51 

7,532.76 

254.90 

443.25 

315.00 

15.24 

1,805.54 

6,967.36 

17,211.85 

1,128.55 

175.50 

311.84 

878.16 

3.87 

111.15 

141.87 

80.22 

1,156.43 

10.00 

39.00 

195.40 

711,44 

650.00 

119.93 

604.60 

39.00 

4,410.00 

6,031.48 

49.50 

25.50 

2,250.00 

921.29 

394.55 

443.30 

855.70 

208.33 

25.50 

3,655.28 

507,184.85 

439.85 

59,116.77 

50,025.80 

291.10 

774.40 

18,295.26 

50.00 

39.00 

/: 111.76 

170.00 



226 



2006 SCHOOL DISTRICT VENDOR PAYMENTS 



MAR*CO Products Inc. 


$ 


44.85 


NHMA Membership 


$ 


59.83 


Marggraf, Lisa 


$ 


416.26 


NHSBA 


$ 


3,382.64 


Mari, Inc 


$ 


546.11 


NHSTAInc 


$ 


90.00 


Marinace, Frank P 


$ 


3,200.00 


NMSA Natl Middle School Asc 


$ 


498.60 


Mark Hammond Associates 


$ 


325.00 


Northwest Evaluation Assoc 


$ 


4,453.50 


Maslewski, Kara 


$ 


25.50 


Office Environments of NE 


$ 


125.00 


Masterson, Debora 


$ 


25.50 


O'Neil, Sheila 


$ 


93.99 


May Institute 


$ 


620.75 


Original Pizza of Boston 


$ 


4,049.53 


McDonald Publishiing Company 


$ 


20.15 


Ouellet, Jennifer 


$ 


25.92 


McGraw Hill - Everyday Math 


$ 


26,266.56 


Ouellette, Yvonne 


$ 


59.90 


McGraw-Hill - SRA 


$ 


281.37 


Page MS CCCSLP, Amanda J 


$ 


4,567.50 


McKeon, Melissa 


$ 


1,888.52 


Palmer Gas Co Inc 


$ 


766.34 


Miller, Victoria 


$ 


1,470.00 


Parent Magic Inc 


$ 


45.95 


Milner, Maura 


$ 


6,700.04 


Parthdge, Limei 


$ 


75.00 


Minuteman Press 


$ 


162.93 


Parts & Pieces Unlimited 


$ 


1,407.85 


Miracle Recreation Equipment 


$ 


82,151.35 


Patnot Electric Inc 


$ 


1,526.50 


Modern Learning Press 


$ 


171.60 


Pearson Education-R 


$ 


966.40 


Moore Medical Corporation 


$ 


42.70 


Pearson Learning Group 


$ 


711.31 


Moore, Arlene 


$ 


407.16 


Perry, Nanette 


$ 


443.84 


Mullaney, Melissa 


$ 


11,915.00 


Pinkerton Academy 


$ 


76,051.13 


Munsey, Barbara 


$ 


17.32 


Pinkham, Peg 


$ 


174.94 


Music & Arts 


$ 


53.26 


Pipitone, Susan 


$ 


34.00 


Music & Arts Center, Inc. 


$ 


16.45 


Plank Road Publishing Inc 


$ 


504.02 


Music In Motion 


$ 


329.34 


Planned Parenthood of No NE 


$ 


375.00 


Musician's Friend 


$ 


308.72 


Plodzik & Sanderson 


$ 


4,200.00 


NAESP 


$ 


62.35 


Pocket Full of Therapy 


$ 


362.53 


NASCO 


$ 


802.52 


Poland Spring 


$ 


733.99 


National Geographic Explorer 


$ 


388.79 


Poliquin, Connie 


$ 


236.08 


National Geographic School Publ 


$ 


1,823.62 


Portsmouth Paper Company 


$ 


2,339.01 


National Pnncipal's Resource Ctr 


$ 


26.35 


Positive Promotions Inc 


$ 


295.38 


National School Products 


$ 


80.78 


Postmaster Fremont 


$ 


185.00 


National Union Fire Insurance Co 


$ 


575.00 


Premier Sch Agendas Inc 


$ 


2,121.75 


National Wildlife Association 


$ 


51.00 


Primex 


$ 


28,616.00 


Natl. Council Teacher of Math 


$ 


76.00 


Pro Controls 


$ 


90.00 


Natl Council Economic Educat 


$ 


63.69 


Pro Ed 


$ 


260.70 


Neller, Sarah 


$ 


286.23 


Proctor Academy 


$ 


13,565.81 


NELMS 


$ 


175.00 


Pro-Ed 


$ 


166.10 


NE Educational Institute 


$ 


139.00 


Proforma Atlantic Business 


$ 


119.30 


NE Office Supply 


$ 


509.93 


Project Wisdom 


$ 


492.50 


New Hampshire Hospital 


$ 


5,700.00 


Provider Enterprises 


$ 


102,363.00 


NH State of, Surplus Distr 


$ 


280.00 


Public Service Company 


$ 


59,438.07 


New Hill Services 


$ 


249.00 


Quigley, Darlene 


$ 


51.00 


New Hohzons 


$ 


1,700.00 


Quinn-Schmidt, Virginia 


$ 


160.00 


Newbridge 


$ 


198.00 


Quiznos Epping 


$ 


172.78 


NH PTV 


$ 


225.00 


Ralph's House of Tone 


$ 


3,830.80 


NH Retirement System 


$ 


36,550.28 


Rand, Elizabeth 


$ 


24.30 


NH School Administrators Assoc 


$ 


180.00 


Rankin, Heather 


$ 


39.00 


NH School Counselor Assoc 


$ 


30.00 


Raymond Products Company 


$ 


952.53 


NHAHPERD 


$ 


100.00 


Read Naturally 


$ 


85.80 


NHAMLE - E.R. Kelley 


$ 


135.00 


Reading A-Z.com 


$ 


79.95 


NHASCD 


$ 


6,475.00 


Really Good Stuff 


$ 


1,728.41 


NHASEA Special Educ Admin 


$ 


540.00 


Regional Services & Education 


$ 


10,637.40 


NHASP 


$ 


605.00 


Remig, Anita 


$ 


500.00 



227 



2006 SCHOOL DISTRICT VENDOR PAYMENTS 



Retro Office Interiors LCC 


$ 


9,945.00 


Reynolds, Bruce 


$ 


39.00 


Rice, April 


$ 


39.00 


Ricoh Corporation 


$ 


5,245.37 


Riverside Publishing 


$ 


1,420.03 


Robinson EdD CRC, Charles W 


$ 


1,050.00 


Rolyan 


$ 


112.30 


Rowes Gas Station 


$ 


189.57 


S P & R Transportation 


$ 


6,660.00 


Sadler, Deborah 


$ 


5,880.00 


SAEDC 


$ 


25.00 


Safeway Training & Transp Srvc 


$ 


63,063.00 


Sage Publications 


$ 


28.45 


Salter Consultants, Inc. 


$ 


8,700.00 


Sammons Preston Rolyan 


$ 


85.40 


Sanborn Reg Sch District 


$ 


669,053.93 


Sandral Sensations Inc. 


$ 


65.84 


Sanville, Elizabeth 


$ 


15.52 


SAU#14 


$ 


179,467.58 


SAU # 31 


$ 


75,795.61 


Schiavi Leasing Corporation 


$ 


109,350.00 


Scholastic Inc. 


$ 


980.45 


Scholastic Magazines 


$ 


659.88 


Scholastic, Inc. 


$ 


102.00 


School Health Corporation 


$ 


158.70 


School Masters Science 


$ 


69.70 


School Nurse Supply 


$ 


490.29 


School Specialty 


$ 


4,559.18 


School Specialty Inc 


$ 


77,94 


Schoolaw.com 


$ 


525.00 


Science Weekly 


$ 


108.90 


Scott Electric 


$ 


42.00 


Scott Foresman 


$ 


512.79 


Scribner, Annmarie 


$ 


153.67 


SDE Registrations 


$ 


1,742.00 


Seacoast Analytical Svc 


$ 


70.00 


Seacoast Educ. Svc. 


$ 


1,224.42 


Seacoast Learning Collaborative 


$ 


47,964.40 


Seacoast Mental Health 


$ 


1,500.00 


Seacoast Newspapers 


$ 


3,103.52 


Seacoast Screen 


$ 


675.00 


Sensory Comfort 


$ 


376.38 


SERESC Professional Dev'l Ctr 


$ 


6,260.92 


Shiffler Equip Sales 


$ 


8,875.96 


Shute, Karen 


$ 


25.50 


Sidman, Christine 


$ 


39.00 


Simplex Grinnell 


$ 


10,370.15 


SimplexGrinnell LP 


$ 


1,080.00 


Smith, Alexandra 


$ 


17.65 


SNAP/Prof Softw for Nurses Inc 


$ 


525.00 


Social Studies School Service 


$ 


72.48 


Software House International 


$ 


162.00 


Soule, Leslie, Kidder 


$ 


3,156.00 



Southeastern Regional 

Sportime 

Stackpole, Ann 

Stanley, Elizabeth 

Staples Credit Plan 

State Chemical Manuf Co 

Stratton, Shelly 

Strikers East 

Subito Music Corporation 

Summit Learning - Math 

Sundance Publications 

Super Duper School Co 

Superior Fire Protection 

Syvertsen Corporation 

Talley, Melody A 

Teacher Created Resources 

Teacher Direct 

Teacher's Video Company 

Technology Pathways InternI 

The Brichel Center 

The Critical Thinking Company 

Theatre IV America 

Therapro, Inc. 

Thinking Media 

Thomas, Matthew 

Tidal Communications LLC 

Timberlane Reg Sch Dist 

Time for Kids 

Torge, Francine 

Treasurer State of NH - Food 

Treasurer, State of NH 

Trend Enterprises 

Triarco 

Two Way Communications 

U SI, Inc. 

Ultimate Bouquet 

Ultimate Fire Protection 

UNH Seacoast Child Dev 

UNH - Institute on Disability 

Union Leader Corp. 

United Health Supplies 

University Cap & Gown 

University of Oregon 

UPS 

Verizon 

Verii, Janice 

Vocational Assessment Center 

W B Mason Co 

Waller, Laurie 

Wal-Mart Community 

Weekly Reader Corporation 

West Music 

Western Psychological Serv 



$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 

$ 



5,700.00 

205.57 

21.25 

74.96 

6,266.18 

68.84 

475.00 

60.00 

314.95 

116.38 

525.80 

1,075.45 

1,200.00 

2,767.54 

1,125.00 

54.46 

165.16 

61.67 

3,500.00 

2,500.00 

28.94 

279.53 

658.24 

1,700.00 

21.25 

37,145.83 

46,082.60 

519.43 

568.32 

1,144.46 

150.00 

61.79 

2,909.93 

3,798.95 

1,260.18 

275.00 

171.00 

3,800.00 

335.00 

2,295.24 

233.47 

757.20 

86.00 

88.49 

8,555.00 

39.00 

375.00 

148.22 

2,110.00 

443.90 

274.00 

326.43 

393.00 



228 



2006 SCHOOL DISTRICT VENDOR PAYMENTS 



Whitehouse, Kathryn 


$ 


5.99 


Wicked Good Software 


$ 


11,129.00 


Wicks, Suzanne 


$ 


39.00 


Wilson Language Training Corp 


$ 


8,281.30 


Wilson, Jullanne 


$ 


928.20 


Window Within 


$ 


1,430.50 


Worcester, Tammy 


$ 


123.85 


Work Opportunities Unlimited 


$ 


3,561.00 


Youth Opportunities Upheld Inc 


$ 


19,201.71 


Zephyr Catalog 


$ 


22.54 




Fremont EMT's Lisa Maffei and Jeff Horton at the Annual Raymond 4th of July Parade 

Raymond NH ~ July 2006 

Photo Courtesy of Nottingham Fire Chief Jaye Vilchock 



" Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation's compassion, 
unselfish caring, patience, and just plain love for one another." 

~ Erma Bombeck 



229 



SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION UNIT #14 
Monthly SD STUDENT ENROLLMENT 

General Fall Enrollment 

Grades 1 - 8 
Fremont School District 

Ellis School 



Enrollment as of the last school day for the month of October 2006-07 



Grade 1 
Grade 2 
Grade 3 
Grade 4 
Grade 5 
Grade 6 
Grade 7 
Grade 8 

Sub Total 
AM Preschool 
PM Preschool 

TOTAL 

High School Enrollment - 2006-07 



77 



63 



63 



56 



47 



60 



56 



56 



478 



16 



10 



504 



Grade 9 
Sanborn 



59 



Grade 10 
Epping High 
Sanborn 



5 
39 



Grade 11 
Epping High 
Sanborn 
Timberlane 



29 

13 
1 



Grade 12 
Epping High 
Sanborn 
Newmarket 



Total 



21 
16 

2 

185 



230 




Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association/Accountants & Auditors 
193 North Main Street . Concord . New Hampshire . 03301-5063 » 603-225-6996 . F A?C:224JJijQ 

INDEPEI^DENT AUDITOR'S REPORT 

To the Membeis of the School Board 
Fremont School Distiict 
Fremont, New Hampshire 

We have audited the accompanying financial statements of the governmental activities, each major fund and the aggregate remaining 
fund infoimation of the Fremont School District as of and for the year ended June 30, 2006, which collectively comprise the Fremont 
School District's basic financial statements as listed in the table of contents These financial statements ate the responsibility of the 
School District's management Our responsibility is to express opinions on these financial statements based on our audit 

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America Tliose standards 
require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material 
misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial 
statements An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as 
evaluating the overall financial statement presentation We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinions 

In our opinion, the financial statements refei red to above present fairly, in all material respects, the respective financial position of the 
governmental activities, each majoi fijnd and the aggregate remaining fiind information of the Fremont School District as of June 30, 
2006, and the respective changes in financial position thereof for the year then ended in conformity with accounting principles 
generally accepted in the United States of America, 

The management's discussion and analysis and budgetary comparison information are not a required part of the basic financial 
statements, but are supplementary information required by accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America 
We have applied certain limited procedures, which consisted principally of inquiries of management regarding the methods of 
measurement and presentation of the required supplementary information However, we did not audit the information and express no 
opinion on it 

Our audit was conducted for the purpose of forming opinions on the financial statements that collectively comprise the Fremont 
School District's basic financial statements The combining and individual fund schedules are presented for the purposes of additional 
analysis and are not a required part of the basic financial statements They have been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in 
the audit of the basic financial statements, and in our opinion, are fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the basic financial 
statements taken as a whole 



December 15, 2006 






231 



EXHIBIT C-1 

FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Balance Slieet 

Governmental Funds 

lunc 30, 2006 



ASSETS 

Cash and cash equivalents 

Lnvestinents 

[ntergovernmental receivable 

Lnterfiind receivable 

Prepaid items 

Total assets 



Food 
General Service 



Other Total 

Expendable Governmental Governmental 
Grants Trust Funds Funds 



232,298 $ 16,118 $ 
30,013 

4,343 63,415 
74,4 17 
36,435 - - 



% 



59,335 



- S 248,416 

30,013 

11,148 138,241 

74,417 

36,435 



£373.163 S 20,461 S 63,415 $ 59,335 $ 11,148 S 527,522 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES 

_,iabilities: 

Accounts payable $ 10,628 % 

Interfund payable ;_ 

Total liabilities 10,628 



11.002 



,002 



63,415 
63,415 



10,628 
74,417 



85,045 



und balances: 

Reserved for encumbrances 
Unreserved, undesignated, reported in: 
General fund 
Permanent funds 
Special revenue funds 
Total fund balances 
Total liabilities and ftind balances 



116,879 
245,656 



- 


9,459 


- 


59,335 


362,535 


9,459 


- 


59,335 


$373,163 


$ 20,461 


$ 63,415 


S 59,335 



11,148 



11,148 



116,879 

245,656 
11,148 
68,794 



442,477 



11,148 $ 527,522 



The notes to the basic financial statements are an integral part of this statement. 



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Town of Fremont NH 
General Information 



Website: www. Fremont. nh.gov 



Emergency: DIAL 911 



Car Registration: Register with Town Clerk. Bring copy of registration. For new residents, proof of 
identification and residence is also required. 

Dog Registration: Register by April 30th annually (with the Town Clerk); if dog is over 3 months old. 

Newsletter: Published monthly with submittals due by the 15* of the month prior, by email to 
FremontTA@comcast.net . Contact Heidi Carlson with questions or for information. 

Tax Assessing and General Town Information: Contact the Selectmen's Office at 895-2226. 

Trash & Recycling Collection: Performed by private contiact with Cape Disposal. Collection days are 
Wednesday and Thursday except for major holidays as posted. Contact Cape with any questions or 
concerns at 778-7150. Contact the Selectmen's Office for other information. 



Voter Registration: Register with Town Clerk during any office hours, the day of an election at the polls, 
or with the Supervisors of Checklist during any posted session. Verification of age, domicile and 
citizenship are the requirements to register to vote. 

Winter Parking Ban: In effect from November 15* to April 1^', no parking on any public stieet or any 
town-owned right-of-way or town -owned parking lot between 12 midnight and 6:00 am. Vehicles 
interfering with snow plowing or removal operations shall be towed at the owner's expense. 

Planning Board: Generally meets the 2,3, and 4* Wednesdays of the month at 7:30 pm 

Zoning Board: Generally meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm 

Board of Selectmen: Meets weekly on Thursday evenings at 6:00 pm 

Conservation Commission: Meets the T' and 3"^'^ non-holiday Mondays of each month at 7:30 pm 

Open Space Committee: Meets the 1*' Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm 

Parks & Recreation: Meets the 2"'^ Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm 

Call the Selectmen's Office at 895 2226 or check monthly schedules posted and published in the 

Newsletter or on the website for up to date information on public meetings. 



State Representatives 

Penn Brown 6791766 
153 Old Hedding Rd # 40 
Epping NH 03042 

State Senator 

John S "Jack" Barnes 895 9352 
PO Box 362 
Raymond NH 03077 



Congressional Information 



Danltse 642 5713 
20 Kelsey Drive 
Fremont NH 03044 

United States Senators 
Judd Gregg 622 7979 
41 Hooksett Road, Unit 2 
Manchester NH 03104 



RonNowe 679 9885 
72 Depot Road 
Epping NH 03042 

www. senate. gov 
John E Sununu 647 7500 
1589 Elm Stieet Suite 3 
Manchester NH 03101 



United States Representatives www.house.gov 

Paul Hodes 603 223 9814 Carol Shea-Porter 603 641 9536 

114 North Main Stieet 2"J Fir 33 Lowell Stieet 

Concord NH 03301 Manchester NH 03101 



NH: w^ww. nh.gov 



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